Leona Lewis Back with ‘Collide’


Collide, a dance-pop anthem, is a departure from Leona’s signature sound and is her first new recorded material to be heard since the release of her Number 1 album ‘Echo’ in 2009. Collide is a massive tune with a euphoric catchy chorus.  Built around a staccato piano riff Collide builds and builds into an immense anthem.  Leona’s world class vocal is instantly recognisable and is a powerful reminder as to why she has enjoyed such incredible global success to date.

Leona Lewis 'Collide' - Courtesy Sony BMG

Talking about Collide Leona said: 

“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.”

Marking a new chapter for the multi-platinum selling artist, Collide is the first track to be taken from Leona’s as yet untitled third studio album, which she is currently putting the finishing touches to, due for release in November. Leona has been working with the world’s most prestigious songwriting and production talent including Sandy Vee (Katy Perry ‘Firework’, Rihanna ‘Only Girl In The World’, David Guetta ‘Where Them Girls At’), Autumn Rowe (Alexis Jordan ‘Happiness’), Ammo (Katy Perry ‘E.T’), Jonas Quant (Hurts), Chuck Harmony (Rihanna ‘Russian Roulette’), Claude Kelly (Bruno Mars ‘Grenade’) and ‘Bleeding Love’ writer/producer, Ryan Tedder. Leona has been working with incredibleUK talent including Fraser T Smith (Adele ‘Set Fire to the Rain’,Florence ‘You Got the Love’), Al Shux (Alicia Keys ‘Empire State of Mind)’, Steve Robson (James Morrison, Take That), Naughty Boy and Emeli Sande. Her previous albums ‘Spirit’ and ‘Echo’ both topped theUK album chart.  More news will be announced soon.

2011 looks set to be another incredible year for Leona Lewis on what has been an incredible journey so far… let the next chapter begin.

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~ by Thandie on August 19, 2011.

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