It's been four years since we've last had a full collection of new Dua Lipa songs, although it's safe to say that the English pop star has been busy in the meantime.

Last year she scored a mammoth hit with 'Dance the Night', taken from the soundtrack of 'Barbie', as well as 'Houdini' -and she has kept her finger in multiple pies since the release of the acclaimed 'Future Nostalgia' in 2020.

The good news is that Lipa's third album has been announced - and fans won't have too long to wait to hear it.

'Radical Optimism' will be released on May 3rd and will feature both 'Houdini' and recently released single 'Training Season' amongst its 11 tracks.

The album apparently embodies the attitude of '90s Britpop, and collaborators include Tame Impala's Kevin Parker and Tobias Jesso Jr.

"A couple years ago, a friend introduced me to the term Radical Optimism. It’s a concept that resonated with me, and I became more curious as I started to play with it and weave it into my life,," the singer said. "It struck me – the idea of going through chaos gracefully and feeling like you can weather any storm. At the same time, I found myself looking through the music history of psychedelia, trip hop, and Britpop. It has always felt so confidently optimistic to me, and that honesty and attitude is a feeling I took into my recording sessions."