The British group Sade chose to settle down in the south of France to record their new album twelve years after the release of Soldier of Love.
In 2010, Sade released Soldier of Love. Since then, fans of the group, led by singer Sade Adu, have eagerly awaited their return.
In recent years, many have wondered about the future of the musicians, the latter having contented themselves with releasing a best-of of their most emblematic songs, as well as two unreleased songs for the Disney film, A Shortcut . dans le Temps (2018), as well as the drama Les Veuves (2018).
The Sade group prepares its return.
The fans had then bet on a potential separation. However, the group formed in 1982 doubled its surprises and announced its return to the studio.
The jazz and soul singer, accompanied by her acolytes, chose Studio One in Miraval for the occasion. Located in the south of France, the premises have recently benefited from a large renovation campaign initiated by the French producer Damien Quintard and the owner of the domain, Brad Pitt.
Clip of Your Love is King by Sade (1984). © Epic
To inaugurate the reopening of the studios founded in 1977, the duo surrounded themselves with Sade.
A strong image signals the group’s comeback after twelve years of absence and the return in force of a mythical place of music, which notably welcomed AC/DC, the Pink. Floyd or even Sting.
That being said, it’s hard to know when Sade’s new album will be released. If it is very likely that the jazz and soul group will not be back until 2023, Stuart Matthewman explained in an interview that the group liked to take its time: “When we are satisfied, then we will let everyone listen to them.
The record company understands that pressuring us or imposing deadlines is pointless. It doesn’t help the process. “He still wanted to reassure the public by saying that the group had already worked on several titles.
So we must wait for the British group, to whom we owe Smooth Operator, taken from the album Diamond Life (1984), to be ready to unveil their new songs. A little more patience, then.
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