Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

Elton John is preparing a new album. What do we already know?

In 2023 EltonJohn finished his farewell tour “Farewell Yellow Brick Road”, which lasted five years. He announced that intends to say goodbye to the stage, but not with making music. This results from the desire to devote herself to her family – her husband and two sons.

“The moment has come. I'm not saying goodbye to music, but when it comes to touring and traveling around the world, I don't want to do it anymore. I've been doing it since I was 17,” the star revealed in 2018, before going on tour.

The singer earned more than 817 million dollars according to Billboard Boxscore. Additionally, he received an Emmy Award for his farewell concert “Farewell From Dodger Stadium”. This means that she is one of the few people in the world to simultaneously hold an Oscar, a Grammy, a Tony Award and an Emmy.

Over 50 years of his career, Elton John has released 31 albums, something that few artists can boast of. Recently, his regular collaborator and songwriter Bernie Taupin informed the media that there will be another release. The duo worked on the singer's greatest hits, including: “Rocket Man”Whether “Candle in the Wind”.

The star himself announced that he was planning a longer break. However, nothing could be further from the truth.

“Elton and I have finished working on the album, which will be released soon. I would prefer not to reveal too many details, I have been strictly forbidden. I can only say that the album is ready,” Taupin said during The Other Songs Live event in London, quoted by ” “The Sun”.

He also reveals that the album is modern and will surprise many people. However, no official release date has been announced.

Let us remind you that Elton John's last release is “The Lockdown Sessions”, recorded during the pandemic. The songs appeared in collaboration with world-class performers, such as Ed Sheeran, Dua Lipa, Gorillaz, Miley Cyrus, Whether Pearl Jam.

Despite plans to release a new album, the singer does not announce any further concerts. It is possible that he will limit himself only to creating music and appearing in the media.

“I will record records and perform on the radio, but when it comes to performing? I'm fed up with the applause. I want to be with my family, with my boys. I will still be creative, but I don't want to spend the rest of my life flying here and there,” he previously told NME.