Lea has announced that she'll be releasing a new song from the album on every Tuesday until the album is available for purchase in its entirety on March 4. In the meantime, "What Is Love?" and all the other already-released singles are currently available on iTunes.
To buy "What Is Love?" on iTunes, click here!
"What Is Love?" is a powerful, Adele-style piano ballad that definitely shows off Lea's impressive vocal chops. We love it more and more each time we listen to it! And the lyrics are a bit sad, so we have a feeling they're probably not about Lea's real-life relationship with Cory Monteith (Finn), who apparently loved the album before he passed away.
Also, it goes without saying that we like Lea's song quite a bit more than the similarly titled '90s dance tune "What Is Love," used in the Will Ferrell sketch on SNL that spawned the movie, A Night at the Roxbury. But that song had its own charms, too.
Lea was clearly excited about the release of "What Is Love?" and posted the single's cover art on Twitter. Lea has previously released three songs from the album: "Cannonball," "Battlefield," and "Louder."
Do you adore "What Is Love?" as much as we do?
Source: Entertainment Weekly