Zedd appears to be counting down to a big announcement. The "Stay the Night" producer has unveiled a new website via a series of teaser videos for something called True Colors. This is widely believed to be his sophomore artist album after the release of the LP's lead single "I Want You to Know" with Selena Gomez was unveiled Feb. 23. The website is blank except for a timer counting down to some sort of reveal Thursday, March 19, at 5 p.m. EST.
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In a recent interview with 97.1 AMP Live in Los Angeles, Zedd shared some details about his upcoming album and how long it took for him to put together the project that he expects to be done this spring.
"It takes me usually between, I would say, to\wo to three years to finish an album. It takes me a while, especially because on this record I've been trying out a bunch of singers. I just took a long time to find the right singers [in the past], where now I try three or four different singers, and then the fifth one, and then another one afterwards! Just to make sure I got the really perfect vocal because I think the right vocal color really makes a big difference," explained Zedd. "I'm really far advanced in my album right now. It's probably still going to take me a good month, month and a half to finish it, you know, the last touches. And then depending on if I can keep that promise of one and a half months, it's going to come out sooner or later!"
There are no further details about a potential album, including tracklist or other features, but hopefully we will have some clarity Thursday.