Keith Urban reported about his new album today in a tricky video. The Speed Of Now Part 1, which follows his top-rated 2018 LP, Graffiti U, is set for an 18 September arrival.
Urban’s declaration went ahead May 8, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, fans have been compelled to remain at home to help end the spread of the deadly virus. Even though he couldn’t hold an in-person festivity to share the news, Urban despite everything figured out how to cause his declaration to feel like a festival.
The Speed of Now Part 1
Urban’s new venture is known as The Speed of Now Part 1. The vocalist says he thought of the name of the album sometime before the pandemic raised its head. However, it’s not lost on him that the title’s significance has moved as individuals’ impression of time has changed during isolation.
“In October 2019, this album title came to me,” Urban says in his declaration video. “I enjoyed it since I felt like life was flying by so quickly. However, music, for me, has consistently been where it eases back down and doesn’t exist. I could never have envisioned that, in 2020, this collection title would take on entirely different importance but then in some way or another despite everything feel unimaginably significant.”
When Will It Arrive
The Speed of Now Part 1 is all set to arrive for the fans on Sept. 18. It’s an interestingly moving time to plan a collection rollout, as nobody knows for certain whether the pandemic will influence urban’s capacity to visit and advance the record by this fall. Notwithstanding, as of now, numerous artists and celebrations are as yet intending to continue live shows at that point after the end of coronavirus.