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Instead of being on set of a photoshoot in Malibu, Ashley made a little GRWM on Instagram Live (October 15th). During her live getting ready she interacted with her Tizzies, for sure. Ashley shared some details on new Illuminate Cosmetic products (new products coming our ways in 2019!) and also let us know that the first “OG” pallettes are limited. Her partnership with BH Cosmetics ended and the old pallettes (Beach Goddess, Night Goddess and Goddess) are limited now! Grab them while you can. She also shared some news about Halloween and the upcoming album.
Via Instagram Ashley teased with “news coming soon!” and today she shared them with us: the first single of her third studio album Symptoms is coming out November 8th, titled ‘Voices In My Head‘. As all songs on the album this song is very personal to our girl boss. She wants to share her personal life and also how to deal with depression and anxiety with us through the new album. A new photoshoot photo by Nick Walker was added to our gallery.
As mentioned previously Ashley’s in New York to film the first music video for the first single off of her upcoming third studio album Symptoms. We don’t know the name of the song or when the song or the video will be released but the shots shared on social media just got us hooked.
Ashley Tisdale shares details on new ‘pop-electro’ album: ‘The whole album is upbeat’
“It’s definitely pop, but it’s more pop-electro versus pop/rock or straight pop,” Tisdale told AOL exclusively. “It’s really upbeat. The whole album is upbeat. Fun tracks. I know for sure it’s the most authentic album I’ve ever done. Actually, it’s the most authentic thing I’ve ever done in my career. It’s very personal.”
Tisdale explained that she’s struggled with anxiety and depression throughout her life, and she addresses those struggles in the lyrics of her new material.
“I’ve co-written every song on the album, and I also am so specific on the sound and what the album stands for, which is an upbeat album, but it has a dark undertone of anxiety and depression,” she explained. “I think it’s something that the world needs right now. It happened so fast and it came together so fast that I think the universe just made it happen.”
“I get really vulnerable talking about it, and it’s weird to talk about it, but if I could make someone at home feel less alone, then I’m doing my job as an artist,” she added. “I’ve gone through a journey. It’s obviously painful and hard, but it’s also the most beautiful thing.”
The former “High School Musical” star said that she’s been in and out of the recording studio for the last four years tinkering around with her sound, and she credited her popular Music Sessions YouTube series for giving her more of a creative outlet as she prepared to jump back into the pop music scene. She also had a transformative experience while shooting the “Symptoms” album artwork.
“I remember doing the photo shoot for the album, and I remember taking the first shot and they had me looking a certain way, and I was like, ‘I hate this side of my face,'” Tisdale recalled. “I stopped for a moment and I was like, ‘But this album is not supposed to show your beautiful side.’ Because I wouldn’t say that that is a beautiful side of me — you know, the anxiety and that stuff. But it’s me. After I saw the picture, I was like, ‘That picture is really beautiful.’ Even though it can be a darker thing, I do think it’s a beautiful side, still.”
And, once the album is released, fans of Tisdale can “definitely” expect the singer to take her new album on the road.
“I really hope so,” Tisdale said of the prospect of going on tour. “They definitely want me to tour. I want to tour. It’s going to be such a different experience. [With] everything in the past, I didn’t really know who I was as an artist and this I’m so proud of, so I cant wait to do that.”
To celebrate the release of Ashley’s upcoming studio album Symptoms we decided to create a brand new Twitter layout. It’s a little more fall-ish and we heop you ejoy it! Remember to follow us on Twitter (@atisdalesource) to stay updated on Ashley’s life.
Every third Wednesday each month Ashley does a little #AskAshley on Twitter. You can send her questions and she replies to them. On last night’s Q&A everything was about her third studio album ‘Symptoms‘.
Ashley Tisdale Announces New Album ‘Symptoms,’ Signs With Big Noise
Actress and singer Ashley Tisdale has announced that her third album, Symptoms, will be released in the fall via the newly launched record label Big Noise.
Tisdale says she took as much time as she needed in the creation of this record and recruited Goldfinger frontman John Feldmann to produce.
“I’m so excited for this album,” Tisdale says in a press release. “I’ve been in and out of the studio for the last four years and teaming up with John Feldmann has allowed me to create the most authentic album to date. I’ve co-written every song on the album and it’s so personal to me. Looking forward to sharing it with everyone!”
Feldmann adds: “It has been an absolute pleasure working with Ashley on this album!” says John Feldmann in a press release. “Can’t wait for the world to hear this…We collaborated with some amazing writers on this album and I think the nine-year wait in between albums will have been worth it!”
Tisdale hasn’t released an album since 2009’s Guilty Pleasure, which debuted at No. 12 on the Billboard 200.
Via Instagram Stories Ashley shared videos of the construction of her house (which looks lovely) but also shared a selfie with the title “Back to business” and a following picture of a recording studio with a very very small AT3 hidding behind the monitor. A hint for an upcoming album? What do you think?