Having just released his debut album "Life In Cartoon Motion" in 2007, the British singer already went ahead to finish up the follow up for it.
After having a successful debut album with his "Life In Cartoon Motion", which was dropped in 2007, singer Mika doesn't want to wait long to release his sophomore effort. The British singer has revealed to Billboard.com that he has started the work for his new LP saying, "I'm writing my second album."
The singer also confirms that he has already had some songs that will be put on the new LP and he will build the new set from those songs. "It's all about building those songs after the process of the first album, and they're coming along, which is comforting." Two new songs that reportedly will be included for the forthcoming record are "How Much Do You Love Me" and "Holy Johnny."
Although he has confirmed that the new album is being worked, Mika still hasn't set a release date or a title for it. Explaining it during the 2008 Ivor Novello Awards ceremony, he said, "There's a lot of debate and discussion as to when it will come out though. Now I'm just focusing on writing the songs."
Meanwhile, not only attending the Ivor Novello on May 22, but the pop/rock singer also managed to take home an award from the event. He adds another award on his list by taking home the Songwriter of the Year category that night. In related news, beside working on a new album Mika will also kick start his European tour this year which is set to start on July 3 at the Rock Werchter in Leuven.