6:00 AM EDT 3/17/2017
"Glee" actress and singer Lea Michele has just made the pre-order of her upcoming sophomore album Places available, which is expected to launch on April 28 with 11 tracks including the song Love Is Alive that has been released previously and a new song Anything's Possible. The new song is being dubbed as an anthem that's ready to inspire.
"When it came time to name my album, I settled on ‘Places' because this album for me represents a return to form, a return to the stage, and a return to the place I belong," Lea Michele says and added that when performing on Broadway, the last thing that everyone can hear is the word Places before the show begins. She went on to say that she believes that Places is the perfect title for her album, which reflects who she is as an artist and where she came from.
Lea Michele told USA Today that the song Anything's Possible in Places is her personal anthem for the past two years, which talks about having faith in spite of all the challenges in life as well as moving forward. That being said, fans think that Places is her tribute to the late co-star and then boyfriend Cory Monteith, who expired in July 2013 due to an overdose.
After the death of Monteith, Lea Michele has been posting photos of the late actor on her social media to pay tribute to him although she has moved on to Matthew Paetz and to Robert Buckley thereafter. Meanwhile, the Places album includes the songs (via Unreality TV) Love Is Alive, Heavy Love, Proud, Believer, Run To You, Heavenly, Anything's Possible, Getaway Car, Sentimental Memories, Tornado and Hey You.
Her debut album with the song If You Say So was also written about Monteith following his death. Lea Michele has yet to confirm if her upcoming sophomore album Places is her tribute to her then boyfriend of almost three years.
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