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Sia Announces New Album "Reasonable Woman," Drops Kylie Minogue Collaboration

Wed 07 Feb 2024 | 01:42 PM
Sia and Kylie Minogue
Sia and Kylie Minogue
Yara Sameh

Sia and Kylie Minogue are collaborating again on the song "Dance Alone" for the first time in almost 10 years.

The track is featured on Sia's forthcoming album, "Reasonable Woman", her tenth recording and first pop LP since 2017.

Sia and Minogue last collaborated in 2014 when they dropped "Kiss Me Once" on Minogue's 12th studio album of the same title.

 Set to arrive May 3, the 15-track LP is a celebrity affair featuring assists from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Chaka Khan, Labrinth, Tierra Whack, Paris Hilton and more. 

Khan is featured on the second track, "Immortal Queen", "Dance Alone" on the third track, and Labrinth is on the eighth track, "Incredible." Hilton is featured on the 13th track, "Fame Won't Love You."

"Reasonable Woman" includes the previously released single “Gimme Love.”

Collaborators, producers, co-writers, and engineers on the fresh effort include Jesse Shatkin, Greg Kurstin, Benny Blanco, Jim-E Stack, Rosalía, bülow, Mark “Spike” Stent, and more.

Warner Music Group pitches "Reasonable Woman" as Sia’s first proper solo album since 2016’s "This Is Acting", which was mostly comprised of songs she wrote for other artists that were not released on their albums and featured the singles “Alive,” “Cheap Thrills,” “The Greatest” and “Unstoppable.” 

The following year, the Adelaide, South Australia-raised singer and songwriter jingled into the holiday period with "Everyday Is Christmas", her first with WMG’s Atlantic and first Christmas-themed album, followed by 2021’s companion soundtrack to the feature film "Music", for which Sia made her directorial debut.