August 20, 2013 15:57

Britney Spears to visit Lake District to work on tracks for new album

Producer Naughty Boy reportedly wants to take Spears to Cumbria for creative inspiration

Britney Spears to visit Lake District to work on tracks for new album

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Britney Spears will reportedly head to the Lake District to work on tracks for her forthcoming album.

The singer has enlisted Tinie Tempah collaborator Naughty Boy as a producer on the project, and he is apparently planning to take her to Cumbria for creative inspiration.

"He's planning to take Britney on a tour," an unnamed source told The Sun. "They'll be holed up at his studio in [London's] Ealing for most of the time but he wants to weave in a visit to the Lake District. He loves it there."

Meanwhile, Spears has teased fans with the prospect of a big announcement by unveiling a mysterious countdown on her official website. "ALL EYES ON ME" are the only words on the countdown page and at the time of writing the ticker has around 27 days and 22 hours remaining.

As well as Naughty Boy, Spears' collaborators on her forthcoming album, the follow-up to 2011's 'Femme Fatale', include Dev Hynes aka Blood Orange, William Orbit, Sia and will.i.am.

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