It’s both head and heart for Christina Perri
MANILA, Philippines–Two years and 11 months after the release of her debut album “Lovestrong”, American singer-songwriter Christina Perri is back in the international music scene to slay heads and hearts with her second full-length record, “Head or Heart.”
Released on April 1, the album is composed of 13 tracks — all of which were co-written by Perri herself.
Outside her comfort zone
The 27-year-old singer wasn’t just outside her comfort zone while making the album. In fact, she was miles away from home majority of the production time.
Through a phone interview, Perri told INQUIRER.net that she spent quite some time in London to record a number of her album’s tracks in the foreign country.
Nine of the 13 “Head or Heart” tracks were made in London while the remaining four were put together in Los Angeles.
Perri also shared that she “took a lot of risks” while creating the album, nevertheless, she “fell in love with it.”
When asked if she has a top pick among her babies (songs written), Perri was quick to answer that “Trust” is her favorite in the album. “Trust” was the first song written for “Head or Heart” and according to her, she wouldn’t have done the entire album without it.
And while she enjoyed working on the full-length record, Perri remains to be among those who wouldn’t choose between head or heart. For the “Jar of Hearts” sensation, she doesn’t want to select just one as she knows she needs both.
Message for Filipino fans
When asked if there is a possibility for her “Head or Heart Tour” to head to the Philippines, Perri said she’d love to meet her Filipino fans however, nothing certain is slated at the moment.
Instead, she left a message for her Filipino supporters: “I love them, I’m so grateful to have loving fans. Thank you so much.”
Perri is currently performing as front act for pop sensation Demi Lovato’s ongoing tour, the “Demi World Tour”.
The “Head or Heart” album is locally distributed by Warner Music Philippines.
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