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Singular: Act I is the third studio album by Sabrina Carpenter. It was released on November 9, 2018 by Hollywood Records.

The album's release date was revealed during Carpenter's performance of "Almost Love" on The Late Late Show with James Corden, as she ended the performance by spray painting "11/9" on the wall. She further confirmed on October 22 that the album would have two "acts", with Act I being released on November 9 and Act II "coming soon".[1] Act II was released on July 19, 2019.

A tour promoting both acts of the album, The Singular Tour, began on March 2, 2019 and ended on April 11, 2019.

Singles

The album's lead single, "Almost Love", was released on June 6, 2018, with the album trailer and title being revealed two days prior. Two promotional singles were also released on the two weeks leading up to the album's release, "Paris" and "Bad Time". The album's second single, "Sue Me", was released on the album's release date.

Track listing

No. TitleWriter(s)Producer(s) Length
1. "Almost Love"  Sabrina Carpenter
Mikkel Storleer Eriksen
Steph Jones
Nate Campany
Eriksen 3:32
2. "Paris"  Carpenter
Leland
Jason Evigan
Evigan 3:38
3. "Hold Tight (feat. Uhmeer)"  Carpenter
Mike Sabath
Leland
Sabath 2:55
4. "Sue Me"  Carpenter
Warren "Oak" Felder
Jones
Trevor Brown
Felder 2:59
5. "prfct"  Carpenter
Rob Persaud
Jenna Andrews
Persaud 2:46
6. "Bad Time"  Carpenter
Oscar Görres
Julia Karlsson
Görres 3:04
7. "Mona Lisa"  Carpenter
Stefan Johnson
James Abrahart
Campany
Jordan Johnson
Marcus Lomax
Oliver Peterhof
The Monsters and the Strangerz 2:18
8. "Diamonds Are Forever"  Carpenter
Ross Golan
Johan Carlsson
Dallas Davidson
Carlsson 3:49
Total length:
25:01

Music videos

Trivia

  • Over 60 songs were written during the 2-year writing period for the Singular project.[2]
  • This album marks Carpenter's first album with a featured artist, with Uhmeer featured on "Hold Tight".
  • This is Carpenter's shortest album to date, consisting of only eight tracks that total to 25 minutes.

References

Discography

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