In spring 2015, Hilary Duff released her first album in 8 years, Breathe In. Breathe Out. Even after such a long break, it was a great album, but the era was cut short. 2016 brought some exciting news of new music when Hilary teased behind-the-scenes footage of her recording songs in the studio. Two titles were registered that summer, and Hilary described the “heavier, darker” sound she was going for. In the last year Hilary has been quiet about recording another album, but she recently told InStyle that she’s still writing… if not necessarily for an album.
You recently posted a video to Instagram of yourself singing “Why Not,” which got me really excited. Do you have plans for any new music?
I don’t really have plans to, but I found my voice during that time, so music is a big part of my life. I’m dating a musician right now [Matthew Koma], and he’s always just floating around me, but I don’t know if that makes sense right now. In February, we start shooting again, and I’m always writing but not necessarily trying to make a record. Maybe I will again!
Hilary has been busy with her TV show, Younger, as well as her young son. But it’s great to know that music is still on her mind!
One month ago, Hilary reunited with her boyfriend Matthew Koma, whom she’d first dated earlier this year. He wrote a song on her last album called “Arms Around A Memory,” which bodes well for a potential musical partnership with Hilary. They could certainly bring their chemistry into the studio! She also just received a guitar for her birthday, which is another nudge in the right direction.
For now, we’ll just have to wait until Hilary gets the itch to release all this music she’s been writing. Catch up on all we do know about her anticipated next album. Keep checking back here for all the latest Hilary Duff music news.
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