Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘E·MO·TION’ Album: Is This The Cover Art?

Robbie Daw | April 14, 2015 10:29 am
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Don’t you just hate it when Tower Records Japan ruins the surprise of revealing your album cover art through your Instagram and Facebook by prematurely posting it on their site, for all the world to see?

“I Really Like You” songbird Carly Rae Jepsen appears to be the latest victim of such an incident, as her upcoming LP E·MO·TION is up on Tower Japan’s site with artwork and a release date of June 24.

Last month, Carly Rae told Idolator the following about the making of her follow-up to 2012 album Kiss:

…I did feel the pressure from “Call Me Maybe” — I didn’t know that was a real thing — and I did feel like I didn’t have the answers. So I was just going to do the only thing that I could see working, which was try everything and then maybe the answer would come and present itself to me. So that’s why I did personal emails and did research on artists that I wanted to work with in New York, and had my A&R reach out to people who I didn’t know how to get in touch with — not just in L.A., but in Sweden and London. I just tried every kind of door and avenue that I could go down. And eventually, 250 songs later, the cream rose from that and we have an album. I don’t think I’ve ever worked harder on anything in my entire life.

We think Jepsen is striking a pretty colorful pose on her new album’s cover — well, if that is the actual art. So far the singer has yet to officially unveil her new LP’s cover or the release date.

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