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Haim re­leased their de­but al­bum Days Are Gone in Septem­ber 2013, and now they have stated that they hope their sopho­more al­bum will be ready in time for a fall re­lease. The trio has been record­ing with ex-Vam­pire Week­end mem­ber Rostam Bat­man­glij, and told Rolling Stone Mag­a­zine that this time around they are plan­ning a more or­ganic rock al­bum. While 2013’s ARTPOP might not have been a crit­i­cal suc­cess, Lady Gaga has used the crit­i­cism of her al­bum to con­tinue to el­e­vate her sound and re­de­fine her ca­reer. Since then she’s moved from do­ing jazz with Tony Ben­nett to per­form­ing a tra­di­tional trib­ute to The Sound of Mu­sic at the Os­cars, and even be­com­ing a TV star on Amer­i­can Hor­ror Story: Ho­tel. Now it ap­pears as if the 30-year-old is ready to head back to where it all be­gan. She’s been work­ing with song­writer and pro­ducer

Re­dOne, who helped launch Gaga’s ca­reer with Just Dance and Poker Face, and has said she wants her fans to be sur­prised by the mu­sic on the new al­bum.

With their new song Wher­ever I Go re­leased in May, OneRepub­lic has given their fans a glimpse of what’s to come with their new al­bum, ex­pected later this year. The band started writ­ing the new songs in Au­gust 2014 while on a world tour, and recorded the al­bum dur­ing the tour. Lead vo­cal­ist Ryan Tedder stated on the group’s web­site that it was nec­es­sary for them to cre­ate the al­bum while on the road be­cause “all the truly in­spir­ing places of the world in­vented the sound we chased.”

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