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Sky Ferreira teases arrival of new music early next year

A teaser on the singer's Instagram could mean that new music will be arriving in March next year

By Hollie Geraghty

Sky Ferreira wears a white and black shirt and looks at the camera in the music video for 'I Blame Myself'
Sky Ferreira in the music video for 'I Blame Myself'. (Photo: YouTube).

Sky Ferreira has suggested that her anticipated new album could be arriving in March, teasing new music in a cryptic Instagram post.

On Friday (October 29), the American singer-songwriter celebrated the eighth anniversary of 2013 debut album ‘Night Time, My Time’.

Sharing a picture of sparkling apple juice in front of a studio mixing deck, she wrote: “NIGHT TIME,MY TIME birthday.”

“NEW MUSIC RELEASE DATE CONFIRMED,” she continued “let’s just say…uh… ~it comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb~.”

The riddle is a reference to the idiom about March’s changing weather, suggesting that is when she plans to return with new music. 

The singer is yet to confirm if new music will mean the release of her anticipated second album ‘Masochism’, or a new single.

 Ferreira’s last new music release was in 2019 with ‘Downhill Lullaby’, the first single from ‘Masochism’. The track was her first solo music in six years. 

Earlier this year, she also shared a cover of David Bowie’s ‘All The Madmen’ to celebrate the late artist’s 74th birthday.

Last month the singer was cast in Netflix thriller ‘Reptile’, set to appear alongside Benicio Del Toro, Justin Timberlake, and Alicia Silverstone.

According to Deadline, the show “picks up following the brutal murder of a young real estate agent, following a hardened detective (Del Toro) as he attempts to uncover the truth in a case where nothing is as it seems. In doing so, he finds himself dismantling the illusions in his own life.”

Ferreira is also due to feature in horror ‘18 & Over’, the synopsis of which simply reads “Quarantine leads to a night of terror”.

The singer has also acted in ‘American Woman’, ‘Lords of Chaos’, ‘Baby Driver’ and ‘Elvis & Nixon’. She was also cast as a guest star in the ‘Twilight Zone’ reboot and David Lynch’s ‘Twin Peaks’.