Hilary Duff’s highly anticipated new album is getting closer and closer to release all the time. Since she started recording last September, we’ve learned of a dozen song titles, the evolving genre and style of her new music, and a collaboration with Ed Sheeran that may end up being the first single. We’ve even heard a snippet of some of her new music.
But now we have a new piece of the puzzle, and a strong indication the the album will be released sooner than later. On July 1st, Hilary Duff teamed up with Harper Smith Photography to shoot photos for her new album. This is usually one of the last steps taken before records are released, so Hilary’s new album should be out by this fall.
Hilary shared this picture from the photo shoot on July 1st:
“There was a pig onset today belonging to@harpersmithphoto meet pepper! (She’s kind if a beeotch)”
Harper Smith Photography also shared a behind-the-scenes shot from the photo shoot on July 2nd. This Instagram post confirmed that the photos are intended for Hilary’s new album. (Note: That is not Hilary Duff pictured.)
“Nothing like a hands-on producer…@lindsayregan8. First day back on set post-surgery shooting for the new@hilaryduff album. #momjeans #levis #hilaryduff thanks for the great shot @danielkincaidphotography!”
Perhaps most exciting is this exclusive shot that Hilary shared of herself from the new photos:
Her manager also Tweeted that he’s “loving July” – perhaps more information on Hilary’s new music will be released in the next few weeks? We can only hope.
— Boo Man (@boomansworld) July 3, 2014
Hilary Duff’s new album and single should be just around the corner. You can check out a full list of new song titles as well as the recording process recap. Keep coming back for the latest news on Hilary’s coming new music, as well as info on your other favorite artists.
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