Kylie Minogue, Kylie, has released her highly-anticipated album Disco at midnight today, November 6th, 2020. Along with the new album release, Kylie has dropped the official music video for her ‘Infinite Disco’ performance of the song Real Groove.
The previously released singles off the new album are the tracks Magic, Say Something and I Love It. The new album has an additional 9 more songs, making it a 12 track album. Kylie has also released a Deluxe Version of Disco which has an edition 4 more tracks Till You Love Somebody, Fine Wine, Hey Lonely and Spotlight.
The pop princess has already received massive critical praise for her 15th studio album and has been very busy promoting Disco around London throughout the day. Kylie’s day began celebrating the album release at 8am on BBC Radio 2.
The singer went on to perform acoustic live-versions of 4 songs off her new album for The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show. She was then scheduled to co-host The Top 10 right after on The Greatest Hits Radio with Mark Goodier at 10am.
Later in the day Kylie has expanded to American audiences with her performance of her track Say Something on the show Good Morning America at 1:30 UK time. Since, she has also released a slew of media posts promoting the new release and thanking different music outlets and fans for the overwhelming praise and support.
The Australian born singer is hosting a ‘Disco Listening Party’ tonight for the new album and a special Q&A for the fans. The show is going from 5pm and on indeterminately, the gig will be hosted by Facebook as a platform.
Notably, among the promotional events Kylie has been attending today, she is also hosting a ticketed livestream concert tomorrow, Saturday November 7th. The virtual live-show is scheduled for 8pm in the UK and will be called ‘Kylie: Infinite Disco’, the gig will see the singer performing her new pop tracks to a global audience and calling it a ‘worldwide performance spectacular’.
Tickets are still available to order here. Kylie has not scheduled any live in person shows for 2020 or 2021 yet due to safety concerns surrounding the Covid-19 global pandemic. Kylie’s new and highly praised album Disco is out now on all streaming platforms.