For her follow-up to her 2015 Christmas record, Kylie Minogue is thinking back to her sinewy dance music.
“I could see myself going full pop after this. Getting back to my dance/pop roots,” she told Idolator in November. “Recently it was the 12th anniversary of [the Grammy-nominated] ‘Slow.’ I think back to songs like that and I go, ‘Yeah, I’d like to do that again.'”
No collaborators have been confirmed, although Minogue did release the Kylie + Garibay EP — a collection of songs she worked on with Lady Gaga co-conspirator Fernando Garibay and electronic-music legend Giorgio Moroder — in September.