Lily Allen has revealed that she is already writing the follow up to her current album, Sheezus.
In a new interview with Q magazine, Allen reveals that she is 'halfway through' writing the follow-up and that her fourth album will likely be her last. She said that she would instead like to write musicals and songs for other people, refferring to the fourth album as 'one last hurrah.' Which would make a pretty good album title, in our opinion.
She told the magazine: "When my kids start school I want to really be there. This was a little pocket of time I had to do this. One last hurrah and then I want to write musicals and songs for other people. I'm already halfway through a fourth album. Whether I can stretch to a fifth, I don't know."
Listen to Lily Allen's 'Sheezus' below
Meanwhile Allen is currently gearing up for the release of Sheezus her third album, which is due out 5 May. In celebration she played her first full show in four years on Tuesday (29 April) at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire.
Below: Lily Allen performs huge London comeback gig