Sabrina Carpenter, a rising American pop sensation, released a new song named “Feather” on the deluxe edition of her latest album “emails I can’t send” after keeping fans waiting for months.
According to NME, the original album was released last summer. It contains some of her most well-known songs, including “Because I Loved a Man” and “Nonesense.” This was also the singer’s first album that Disney’s Hollywood Records did not release.
The performer announced the deluxe edition on her official Instagram account on Monday. “Heyy email girl here—for any of you who discovered a small piece of yourself in this album, please accept these few new songs as my humble thank you,” she wrote.
She remarked that a lot has transpired since then, so she can’t put her most recent musical phase behind her. Instead, she will continue to write new tunes.
Carpenter stated that the new album is not a sequel but a music collection from her current era.
The “emails I can’t send” deluxe edition will be released this week, on March 17, for fans who wish to hear the Disney star’s new songs.
Carpenter has only left off the titles of the four songs she added later to the initial LP, which contained thirteen songs.
Carpenter made her start in show business on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. She also had a recurring part in The Goodwin Games, a three-month-long Fox sitcom.
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