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Haven’t even gone into production yet on what I’ve been writing for the past year but I’m almost ready.
Demons to Diamonds is the fifth and final studio album by the British rock/pop band Visage. It was released on 6 November 2015, nine months after the death of lead vocalist Steve Strange. Work began on the album in 2014. During a break in the recording, vocalist Steve Strange died while on holiday in Egypt in February 2015, though several tracks had already been written and recorded by this time including a cover of David Bowie's 1985 hit "Loving the Alien".
Marina & the Diamonds talks finishing her fourth album. As it turns out, the singer songwriter has been busy at work putting the final touches on her fourth studio album, the followup to 2015's Froot. In a note posted to her Twitter, Diamandis acknowledged her absence and said she "promises this next record will be worth the wait.
Find out which studio album by MATD you are! . The Family Jewels is the debut studio album recorded by Welsh singer Marina Diamandis, professionally known as Marina and the Diamonds. It was released on 15 February 2010 by 679 Recordings and Atlantic Records.
Marina Diamandis has confirmed that her fourth album will drop in 2019. Find out all the information about the record here. Marina and the Diamonds has confirmed that she has finished work on her fourth album and that it will be released in 2019. In an interview with PopBuzz, Marina explained: "I want to tell people details all the time but I can't because I have been planning it for ages. there is a concept in terms of how it's going to be released that you will find out in April but I am going to release a new song in January".
Album · 2013 · 17 Songs. Diamonds and Gold Riddim. 17 Songs, 54 Minutes. Released: May 21, 2013. 2013 DJ Frass Records.
|A||–Adrian Amara||Diamonds (Vocal Version)|
|B||–The P.M.S. Orchestra||Diamonds (Instrumental Version)|