'You're In Love' hitmaker Betty Who has temporarily scrapped plans to release a full-length album and will instead release "part two to the first EP" early next year.
"We also didn't want to make people wait a year for more material," she told Billboard about the follow-up to 'Movement'. "I only have four songs out — that just seems kind of cruel."
Talking about what the new songs on the EP will be about, she explained: "I was in an unrequited love-type relationship when we were putting out the first EP. A lot of the songs were about being in love with somebody and not having them love you back, and learning from that."
This time around she's basically not really had enough time to worry about boys etc.
"I think, because I've been so busy, I haven't really been distracted by men and by my relationships as much as by work… There's definitely heartbreak in the second EP, but it's a little less consuming."
As with 'Movement', the new EP will be produced by Peter Thomas.