Singer's comeback single will drop in September
Leona Lewis is set to release her new single ‘Collide’ on September 4.
The track is taken from her forthcoming, as-yet-untitled third album, the follow-up to 2009’s ‘Echo’.
In a statement, the singer talked about the track, saying: “I’m excited for people to see a different side to my music. I’m a fan of so many different genres and styles. For me this song has all the great ingredients of a summer anthem. I can’t wait for my fans to hear it and to share the rest of the album.”
The track is set to get its debut on Scott Mills‘ Radio 1 show today (July 15).
Lewis is known to have been working on her new material with the likes of Ryan Tedder who produced her debut single ‘Bleeding Love’ as well as Bruno Mars collaborator Claude Kelly and Fraser T Smith, best known for his work with Adele.
The singer is confirmed set to play BBC Radio 1’s Hackney Weekend between June 23 – 24.