Lily Allen blames EMI for album delay Lily Allen Tickets

'I don't know what's going on' says the singer

Photo: Next Previous

Photo Gallery: Lily Allen

Lily Allen has blamed her record company, EMI, for the delay of the release of her forthcoming second album, tentatively titled 'Stuck On The Naughty Step'.

Allen recently completed work on the album, although writing on the Lily Allen MySpace blog, the London-based singer said she didn't know when she would be able to release it.

"The album – it has been finished for a while now," she wrote. "I don't really know what's going on with it.

"The record industry is a very political place at the moment and I am on EMI records, lots of people have been fired or have taken redundancy recently as the company was taken over by a private equity firm called Terra Firma.

"Many of these people were people assigned to my projects and now I don't quite know what's going on. I'm sure everyone will find their feet soon enough and I'll be able to put the album out soon."

A song destined for the album, 'Fuck You Very Much', recently leaked online. Listen to it by clicking on the video below.

Read More On This Artist

Lily Allen Tickets
Date/Time Venue Seetickets Viagogo


Buy Lily Allen Tickets

from £32

Buy Lily Allen Tickets


NOT AVAILABLE

Buy Lily Allen Tickets

from £20


Buy Lily Allen Tickets

from £32

Buy Lily Allen Tickets

from £25


Buy Lily Allen Tickets

from £32

Buy Lily Allen Tickets


NOT AVAILABLE

Buy Lily Allen Tickets

from £15


Buy Lily Allen Tickets

from £35

Buy Lily Allen Tickets

from £32

back to top

More News
Sky Ferreira unveils new song 'Guardian' - listen
James Blake remixes Gorillaz' 'Feel Good Inc' - listen
Bombay Bicycle Club: U2's album giveaway 'just shows how disconnected they are from...
Jamie T reveals Courtney Barnett influence on latest album 'Carry On The Grudge'
Ed Sheeran adds third date to Wembley Stadium run
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom declares himself 'broke' as legal costs mount up
Tribute gig for Jack White bandmate Ikey Owens to be held in Texas
The Smiths' drummer Mike Joyce to act in BBC Radio 4 play
The Libertines release short Roger Sargent-directed 'visual history' film online – watch
Take That reject Spotify by partnering with Google
U2 and Bono named 'least influential figures of 2014' by GQ
The National pay tribute to London's Buffalo Bar during final 'Trouble Will Find...
War On Drugs frontman admits Sun Kil Moon album is one of his 2014 highlights
Pond announce February 2015 UK tour dates
Creed singer Scott Stapp left 'penniless', living in budget hotel room following...
BRIT Awards announce shortlist for 2015 Critics' Choice Award
Sia 'saddened to be getting shit' for no-show at Australian Arias; gives gongs away on...
Future Islands fear 'Letterman' performance will be 'the bane of our existence'
Arctic Monkeys help push UK vinyl sales past million mark for first time in two decades
Jonny Greenwood performs with the London Contemporary Orchestra – watch
Cat Power debuts new song live – watch
Dev Hynes joins Julian Casablancas on-stage to sing The Strokes' 'You Only Live Once'

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM