'America's Sweetheart' is being recorded in France...
COURTNEY LOVE’s new album has been given a title of ‘AMERICA’S SWEETHEART’, according to reports.
Love is currently in Europe, working on songs which will form the follow-up to her former band Hole’s 1998 album ‘Celebrity Skin’.
Earlier this year NME.COM were given an exclusive playback of a number of the songs in progress, which had working titles including ‘Pills’, ‘Mono’, ‘Left In The Dark’ and ‘All The Drugs In The World’. Love has been working with Linda Perry, who has worked with Pink and Christina Aguilera.
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Fans will get the chance to hear the album when it is released in the late summer, and Courtney will play live at this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals in August.
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