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14 April 2005
Performed for EMI directors
Source : VG
Lene Marlin (24) is writing new material and she's working in the studio. Yesterday she sang, most likely new songs, when people from EMI from several countries was gathered in London to plan the future.

Many sources say that Lene is in the studio, but Per Eirik Johansen doesn't want to confirm this.

-We are on meeting like this one in London several times a year and Lene was one of many artist who performed. This was something for EMI-people only, he says.

New album?

It was on a similar meeting that men in the same position decided the future for Lene. The rest is history.

Marlin sold 1,6 million copies of Playing My Game. It took four years before she released her second album, Another Day. The success didn't repeat itself then.

People around Marlin deal with information about her as big secrets, but the 24-year old is doing something. From what it seems she is recording again, after the tour with Morten Abel and Bertine Zetlitz, when she was born as a live artist. For everyone who saw her play live, it seemed like she liked it on stage. The question is if there will be a new album already this autumn?

On a radioshow

Marlin is committed to releasing three albums for EMI Music Norway. The singer will probably be promoted internationally, if she herself wants it.

Not long ago she appeared unannounced and spontaneously on the talkshow of Sadie Nine on BBC Radio. Throughout the whole interview Lene seemed happy and she talked a lot.

-I'm working on new material and writing songs all the time, so we'll just have to see what happens, she said.

She also said that it is impossible for her to write songs when things like recordsales are involved in the process. -Then it get complicated and uncomfortable, she said, before she performed "My Love".

Translated by nina


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