Zara Larsson has been teasing her new album for quite some time, and she finally officially announced its release. The Swedish singer will head to Venus on her fourth studio album, set to hit the shelves in February next year.
Venus will be released on February 9, 2024, via Sommer House/Black Butter/Sony and Larsson already dropped a few songs to tease its release. “Can’t Tame Her” was released as its lead single back in January, but she also gave us a taste of things to come with two more songs – “End of Time” and “On My Love” ft. David Guetta.
In an official statement announcing her new album, Larsson described it as “a pop album fit for a goddess.” She also said this record is all about her “setting her own agenda – in part, by looking back on where she’s come from.”
Larsson broke onto the international scene with her hit song “Lush Life” and later found success with collaborations “Never Forget You” ft. MNEK and “Symphony” ft. Clean Bandit. Venus marks her fourth studio album, and it follows the release of Poster Girl from 2021, which produced singles “Love Me Land”, “Wow” and “Talk About Love” ft. Young Thug.