“Training Season”: Dua Lipa announces the release of a new single next month

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After the incredible “Houdini” last November, Dua Lipa will make her return to music with a new piece, scheduled for release on February 15.

Did you like Dua Lipa’s latest song, “Houdini”? There is no doubt that you will like his new single: “Training Season”. No, don’t look for it, it’s not yet available, but the promotion that the popstar is starting to do for it is making our mouths water. In a video posted to her TikTok, Dua Lipa sings a short excerpt from the song: “ I need someone who holds me tighter than I’ve ever known / Whose love is like a rodeo, who knows exactly how to take control. »

This is the whole meaning of “Training Season” as the singer explains in a press release. It seems that she is now decided to move on to another stage of her life and her loves. No more fleeting relationships, Dua Lipa wants seriousness: “I’d had a series of bad dates, and the last one was the straw that broke the camel’s back. The next morning I arrived at the studio and my friends asked me how it went. I immediately declared “THE TRAINING SEASON IS OVER”.

She adds : “I have never felt so confident, so good or so strong. And while “training season” may never end for some of us, we can begin to see the beauty of this experience of finding the right person. We stop looking for apprentices and focus on finding someone who meets our expectations and with whom we can grow. » Release of “Training Season” scheduled for February 15!


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