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Kylie Minogue Takes Flight on the Wings of Disco With New Single ‘Say Something’

Kylie Minogue is delivering some levity to a heavy moment in history with her just-released single, “Say Something.”

Out today (July 23), the track is a effervescent, disco-inspired pop anthem made from thick synths, funk guitar, a choir and Minogue hitting the topical nail on the head as she sings, “We’re a million miles apart in a thousand way … Love is love it never ends, can we all be as one again?”

By the end of the track, the answer feels like a resounding “yes” as “Say Something” takes flight with a swirling, soaring crescendo that will add some necessary lightness to your day.

“Say Something” is the lead single from Minogue’s forthcoming album, Disco. Out Nov. 6, the album was produced by Minogue’s long-time collaborator Biff Stannard. It’s is the pop legend’s 15th studio album and her first LP since 2018’s Golden. Listen to “Say Something Below.”

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