Calvin Harris reveals new album and summer singles plan - video

Scot says album number three is on the way

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Calvin Harris has said he plans to release a series of new singles throughout the summer and his third full-length album later in the year.

The Scot recently released new instrumental track 'Awooga', which you can hear by scrolling down and clicking below. He has said this will be the first of a number of new singles he plans to put out before the year's out.

Speaking to the Daily Record, Harris said: "There will be lots of new music from me this year. The album will be a little later, but I'm going to be releasing a lot of singles during the summer."



Harris said the first of those singles would be 'Bounce', which features Kelis on guest vocals. He added that this would be available "very soon."


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