Kylie Minogue Releases New Single ‘Timebomb’ May 25

Kylie Minogue Releases New Single ‘Timebomb’ May 25

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Global pop superstar Kylie Minogue releases a brand new single and video “Timebomb” today, May 25, the latest and biggest surprise as part of K25 – a year long celebration of Kylie’s 25 years in music. The song is available exclusively on iTunes until next Wednesday here.  “Timebomb” can be heard on the radio today exclusively on SiriusXM BPM Channel 51 and available everywhere else tomorrow.
Kylie filmed an electrifying video for “Timebomb” last month in central London, causing chaos as she strolled through some of the busiest streets, leading to huge speculation about what was being filmed. The video, directed by Christian Larson, includes some of Kylie’s sexiest scenes yet – and lovers of her legendary hot pants will not be disappointed. The video is available to view here and 
Kylie will perform the song on the semi-final of The Voice on BBC1 in the UK this Sunday.
K25 is a year of celebrations to mark Kylie’s 25th year in the music industry. So far, as part of the celebrations, Kylie has made a surprise video available on on the 25th of every month. She has also performed ‘Anti Tour’ shows in Melbourne, Sydney, Manchester and London – small, stripped down shows in intimate venues which featured rarely performed material including B-Sides and album tracks.
Kylie will be performing at Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee concert at Buckingham Palace in London on June 4, and will also headline the BBC’s Proms in the Park concert in Hyde Park on September 8 – backed by the BBC Concert Orchestra.
Capitol Records Catalog are releasing The Best of Kylie Minogue on CD on June 19th, featuring a collection of the public’s favorite Kylie hits.



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