Lykke Li Returning With New Album This Year

(Radio.com) It's been nearly three years since we've heard from Lykke Li. The Swedish singer-songwriter rose to popularity in 2008 thanks to her debut Youth Novels and her ethereal hit "Possibility," which was featured on The Twilight Saga: New Moon soundtrack.

She went on to record a follow-up to Youth Novels, titled Wounded Rhymes, in 2011 which included her most popular song to date, the electro-pop "I Follow Rivers." But don't call her a pop singer.

Li opens up in a new interview with NME on her forthcoming release, due out later this year, and explains why she doesn't consider herself a pop artist. "I see my albums as a trilogy, with Youth Novels as the first one and hopefully this one as the last in this chapter," she told NME.

She also explained how a breakup has had a major impact on the writing of her forthcoming release. "It's always about me and the guilt and the shame and the hurt and the pride and the confusion of being a woman," she said. more on this story

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