Kelly Clarkson Announces Atlantic Records Debut Project ‘Meaning Of Life’

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• September 7, 2017

Kelly Clarkson will return with her debut project for Atlantic Records on Friday, Oct. 27. The new album, Meaning Of Life, will feature songs including “Move You” and the album’s first single, “Love So Soft.”

The album is Clarkson’s eighth, following 2015’s Piece By Piece. For the new project, the Texas-born, Nashville-based Clarkson worked again with writers and producers including Jason Halbert, Jesse Shatkin, Greg Kurstin, as well as with first-time collaborators Mick Schultz, The Monarch, Nick Ruth and more.

Clarkson is also set to return to NBC next year in her new role as coach on the new season of The Voice, which will premiere in February 2018. Alongside her latest music offering, Clarkson made her literary debut in 2016, with the children’s book River Rose And The Magical Lullaby. Clarkson’s followup, River Rose And The Magical Christmas, will be published Oct. 24 via HarperCollins.

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