Kylie Minogue, who recorded part of her new album Disco under British control, says she misses Australia and “can’t wait to get home as soon as possible”.
- Kylie Minogue has lived and worked in the UK since the 1990s
- Disco, their 15th studio album, will be released on November 6th
- She can be seen on ABC’s The Sound this Sunday
Minogue told Leigh Sales at 7:30 a.m. that the global coronavirus crisis had been an “emotional roller coaster ride” in both a personal and global sense.
“I’m so grateful and grateful that I can be healthy and work through lockdown,” she said.
“And knowing that Melbourne and Victoria are slowly opening up from today is a great relief for me and my family.”
The 52-year-old pop singer, who has lived and worked in England since the 1990s, said she had always felt that being able to fly back to Australia was not a given.
“I’ve never felt further from home or from my family.
“The time is so strange now – was it yesterday or was it six months ago? – but it shouldn’t be too long to get home. Anyway, hopefully. ”
Recording from a home studio
Minogue, who lives in London, said the UK lockdown began while she was in the middle of recording her 15th studio album in Brighton.
“Neither of us knew what we were getting into,” she said.
Despite the government’s orders to stay home, she wanted to keep working, so she found a microphone and recording interface in an old closet and continued to write about Zoom with her staff.
After a period of adjustment, she said that recording at home was like being in a studio.
“I juggled a lot because I was basically alone,” she said.
“I felt like I was producing the whole thing.
“So it was completely different at first, but we settled in.”
Minogue said Disco, which comes out Nov. 6, lived up to its title, using lyrical references, sounds, and melodies from ’70s disco as a starting point, but with some 80s flavors and recalls to their own 2000s albums .
“Mostly it’s escape”, she said with some elements of “melancholy and longing”.
“I tried to keep it from getting grumpy.”
The coronavirus shutdown had something of a silver lining, the pop princess said: It forced her to slow down, which she had rarely done before.
“I mean what else could we do?” She said.
“I was trying to keep from getting grumpy, which, you know, is my business.
“It was a bit of a strange sensation for me to be realistic only with myself.
“So I think my body is probably grateful for that and only slows down for a minute.”
Kylie Minogue is one of the big Australian acts on the bill for the first episode of The Sound’s second series this Sunday at 6:00 p.m. (AEDT).
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