Third coming album is the third studio album by Scottish recording artist Calvin Harris. It is set to be released in the United Kingdom at some point in 2012 by Columbia Records. Amazon.co.uk recently added the album for purchase, stating that the album's title would be released on the July 23. Play.com has also recently added the album for purchase, and provided a release date of 29 October 2012.
"Awooga" was the first song to be unveiled from the as of yet untitled collection. A completely instrumental track, it was eventually released as the B-side for "Bounce".
The first proper single to be released from the album was "Bounce", featuring R&B/house singer, Kelis. The single was released on the 12th of June, 2011 and charted a week later at its peak of number 2 on the UK Singles Chart.
"Feel So Close" was released in the UK as the second proper single from the album on the 19th of June, 2011 and made its debut on the UK Singles Chart at number 2 a week later. After the international success of "We Found Love", Harris later released the track in the US on the 14th of February, 2012 and it reached #12 on the US Billboard Hot 100. It became his first solo single to chart in that region.
For the third single, Harris teamed up with US R&B star Ne-Yo, on "Let's Go". The track was released in the UK on the 22th of April, 2012 and yet again charted at a peak of number 2 a week later on the UK Singles Chart. The single was later released in the US, hitting radios on the 22nd of May, 2012. It has so far reached a peak of 44 on the US Billboard Hot 100 but is expected to rise in coming weeks. The song was also chosen as the official Pepsi commercial track for summer 2012 and there is an official music video on YouTube.
Latest single "We'll Be Coming Back" features UK rapper/singer Example, and is to be released in the UK on July 29, 2012. It premiered on Radio 1 on the 31st of May, 2012. Example has been performing the song on his latest arena tour across the UK.
- Bounce (Feat. Kelis)
- Feel So Close
- Let's Go (Feat. Ne-Yo)
- We'll Be Coming Back (Feat. Example)
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