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24 June 2013, 14:34
The 'Fear' singer says she is working towards a release of spring next year to release new music.
Lily Allen has teased a potential release of March next year for her upcoming third studio album.
The 'Not Fair' singer promises fans the record is "very different" to her two previous records, and claims she is aiming at a March 2014 release for the album at present.
"I'm really enjoying writing it and hope it will be ready for March," Lily revealed to the Sunday People this week. "It is very different to what I've done before."
Lily has reunited with longtime prodder Greg Kursten for the record, as well as 'La La La' producer Naughty Boy, after starting work on her next record last year.
Check out a picture of Lily Allen performing live in Paris, France last year below (Credit: PA):
The 'Smile' singer originally retired from music after her 2009 album 'It's Not Me, It's You', but confirmed her return in 2012 after finding herself "tinkering" in the recording studio.
Lily revealed more recently that the sound of her next record is markedly different than anything she's done before because she is drawing from a completely different "pool of inspiration".
Lily Allen is now expected to return with a new album in Spring 2014.