Britney Spears new single Clumsy coming soon
Britney Spears has confirmed the third single from her hotly-tipped album 'Glory' is called 'Clumsy' and will be released soon
Britney Spears is releasing a new single called 'Clumsy' on Wednesday (10.08.16) at midnight.
The 34-year-old pop beauty has teased her 47 million fans that the third track from her eagerly-anticipated ninth studio album, 'Glory', will be available this week.
Sharing a link to PopCrush's article announcing the news, she wrote: "My friends at @PopCrush just dropped the news 'Clumsy is coming this week (sic)"
It follows lead track 'Make Me' and 'Private Show', which have already got her fan's salivating at the mouth with the racy lyrics and the raunchy music video for her song featuring superstar rapper G-Eazy.
And on 'Clumsy' Britney continues to sing about steamy sex sessions.
On the chorus, she belts: "I love how you go down/Bangin' all over this bedroom/Call me a fool, call me insane/But don't call it a day/Oh, oh, oh...oops/Ay, ay, ay, clumsy.(sic)"
The 'Piece of Me' hitmaker surprised the world by announcing her first record in three years - the follow-up to 2013's 'Britney Jean' - which will be released on August 26, earlier this month.
Alongside a picture of the album artwork - which is a close up of the blonde beauty in a white lace top and choker - she wrote: "My new album & the beginning of a new era. Available 8/26 on@applemusic. Pre-order tonight at midnight ET and get #PrivateShow instantly (sic)."
Meanwhile, the mother of two - who has sons Jayden, nine, and Sean, 10, with her ex-husband Kevin Federline - recently revealed the new record will focus on what it's like being a hopeless romantic.
She admitted: "Unfortunately, I am a hopeless romantic.
"I've been through horrible relationships, but unfortunately I still believe in love and I think you should protect your heart and stuff like that, but I am a hopeless romantic. I believe in love."
And the buxom blonde also teased that it won't be a pop record like her previous outings and is "very chill".
She said: "It's my baby. A little melodic, a little more not so poppy. It's kind of chill. Very chill."