’80s Pop Star Tiffany Is Back With A Brand New Punk Rock Album

1980s pop singer Tiffany returns with a new sound
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  • Tiffany was a popular singer in the ’80s.
  • She has continued to make music over the years, dabbling in different types of music.
  • Now, Tiffany is coming out with a new album. 

 

Do you remember the pop star named Tiffany in the ’80s? She had a 1987 hit called “I Think We’re Alone Now.” She kept making music over the years, but her sound has changed! She is releasing a new album this month called “Shadows.” It has more of a punk rock sound.

Over the years, she dabbled in country, pop, rock, and punk. It seems there isn’t a type of music that Tiffany isn’t afraid to try. The new album features LA Guns members Tracii Guns, Scot Coogan, Johnny Martin, and Ace Von Johnson.

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’80s singer Tiffany releases new music

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Tiffany in 1987 / Lynn Goldsmith/Corbis/VCG via Getty Images

She said, “I wanted to show my fans and critics that my journey to ‘Shadows’ was a continued inspiration of ‘Pieces Of Me’ but harder and more punk. This is a bridge to that heavier side of me, not to shock my fan.”

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In addition, she is releasing an EP called “Pieces of Me Unplugged.” The EP will feature four songs: “King of Lies,” “Starting Over,” “Worlds Apart,” and “You’re Everything (Demo Version).”

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Tiffany / Harmony Gerber/Getty Images

She talked about one of her new songs, “King of Lies.” She said, “This is a heavier rock song that I enjoy playing with a full band. It’s about heartbreak, betrayal, and when someone lets you down repeatedly. We all know someone that has done that. We all have felt the sting and pain when we realize a person we love, has taken everything from us all the way to the depths of our soul. You wake one day and see that it was all lies and a waste of time. That they are the ‘King Of Lies.'”

When it is safe to do so, Tiffany also plans to go on tour with the new music.

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