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DISCO
15th studio album

"DISCO" is Kylie's fifteenth studio album, released on November 6, 2020
Disco
Disco Cover
Studio album by Kylie Minogue
Released 6 November 2020 (2020-11-06)
Recorded 2019-20
Label BMG
Producer(s)
  • Kylie Minogue
  • Alex Gaudino
  • Mousse T
  • Mirwais
  • Richard Stannard
  • Jon Green
Kylie Minogue chronology
Golden Disco Cover
Singles from Disco
1. Say Something
23 July 2020 (2020-07-23)
2. Magic
24 September 2020 (2020-09-24)

Disco (stylised in all capitals) is the upcoming fifteenth studio album by Kylie Minogue, scheduled to be released on 6 November 2020. It is the follow-up to Kylie's fourteenth studio album, Golden (2018). The lead single from the album, "Say Something", is set to be released on 23 July 2020. The record is set to be a departure from the country-inspired sound of Golden into the disco genre.

In May 2020, it was revealed that Kylie had been working remotely on music whilst under lockdown. Songwriter Meagan Cottone revealed that they had written 10 songs together for the album, with sources saying that Kylie had also been working with Sky Adams, with whom she collaborated on Golden.

Background and composition

Kylie released her fourteenth studio album, Golden in April 2018. The album was a country pop and dance-pop record and was commercially successful, debuting at number one in both the United Kingdom and Australia. Subsequently, it was certified gold in the former by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). Kylie then released her fourth major greatest hits album, Step Back in Time: The Definitive Collection in June 2019, which also debuted at number one in the United Kingdom and Australia following a performance that attracted 3.9 million viewers at Glastonbury Festival, the most for any Glastonbury performance in history. She stated that she would like to create a "pop-disco album" and return to recording new material after the performance.

Work continued on Disco during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, with Kylie using a home studio to record throughout lockdown. Alistair Norbury, president of Kylie's record label BMG, confirmed to industry title Music Week that Kylie was also learning to record and engineer her own vocals using music software Logic Pro in order to continue working apace during lockdown.

Promotion

Singles

Following the announcement of Disco on 21 July, 2020, Kylie announced "Say Something" as the lead single from the album. Premiering the song on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, "Say Something" was released on 23 July, 2020. A lyric video appeared on Kylie's YouTube channel the following day, and the official music video premiered on 7 August.

On 19 September, Kylie tweeted that she was adding some of her own songs to her Infinite Disco playlist on Spotify; upon investigation, it appeared that the five songs she added, "Dancing", "Say Something", "Can't Get You Out of My Head", "All the Lovers" and "I Should Be So Lucky", each contained new vertical graphic videos, which respectively showed the words: "do", "you", "believe", "in" and "...?", emblazoned over clips of each song's music videos. This led to speculation that the album's second single, rumoured to be titled "Magic", was imminent, and that these words were lyrics from the song. The song was officially announced on Kylie's socials on 21 September, due for release on 24 September.

Track listing

Standard edition
No. TitleWriter(s)Producer(s) Length
1. "Magic"  
  • Michelle Buzz
  • Daniel Heløy Davidsen
  • Peter Wallevik
  • Teemu Brunila
  3:30
2. "Untitled 2"  
   
3. "Untitled 3"  
  • Minogue
  • Alida Gaprestad
  • Brunila
  • Hartikainen
   
4. "Untitled 4"  
  • Minogue
  • Lisle Campbell
  • Maegan Cottone
  • Daniel Shah
  • Skylar Adams
   
5. "Untitled 5"  
  • Minogue
  • Cottone
  • Adams
   
6. "Say Something"  
  • Minogue
  • Richard Stannard
  • Ash Howes
  • Jon Green
  • Stannard
  • Green
  • Duck Blackwell
3:32
7. "Untitled 7"  
  • Minogue
  • Cottone
  • Adams
   
8. "Untitled 8"  
  • Minogue
  • Stannard
  • Blackwell
   
9. "Untitled 9"  
  • Minogue
  • Shah
  • Adams
  • Kiris Houston
   
10. "Untitled 10"  
  • Minogue
  • Campbell
  • Cottone
  • Adams
   
11. "Untitled 11"  
  • Fiona Bevan
  • Troy Miller
   
12. "Untitled 12"  
  • Minogue
  • Cottone
  • Shah
  • Adams
   
Deluxe edition
Albums discography
Studio albums Kylie (1988)  · Enjoy Yourself (1989)  · Rhythm of Love (1990)  · Let's Get to It (1991)  · Kylie Minogue (1994)  · Impossible Princess (1997)  · Light Years (2000)  · Fever (2001)  · Body Language (2003)  · X (2007)  · Aphrodite (2010)  · Kiss Me Once (2014)  · Kylie Christmas (2015)  · Golden (2018)  · Disco (2020)
Re-issues The Kylie Collection (1988)  · Snow Queen Edition (2016)
EPs Live and Other Sides  · Other Sides  · Money Can't Buy  · Darling  · Pink Sparkle  · A Kylie Christmas  · A Christmas Gift  · Performance  · North American Tour  · Sleepwalker  · Kylie + Garibay
Compilations Greatest Hits  · Hits+  · Confide in Me  · Greatest Hits: 87-97  · Greatest Hits: 87-99  · Artist Collection  · Ultimate Kylie  · Confide in Me: The Irresistible Kylie  · Hits  · The Best of Kylie Minogue  · The Abbey Road Sessions  · Confide in Me  · Step Back in Time: The Definitive Collection
Live albums Intimate and Live  · KylieFever2002: Live in Manchester  · Showgirl  · Showgirl Homecoming Live  · Live in New York  · Aphrodite Les Folies: Live in London  · Kiss Me Once: Live at the SSE Hydro  · Golden: Live in Concert
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