Are you ready to hear something different from Katharine McPhee? The singer announced that her fifth studio album, titled I Fall In Love Too Easily, is officially dropping on November 17, 2017. For this work, Katharine’s aim was to recharge ” a host of timeless romantic standards,” so we can expect to come across some swoon-worthy tracks.
“I wanted to do a record people could make out to,” Katharine said in a press statement. “It’s the most romantic music in the world. All of the songs tell stories. That’s why I love them so much.”
To celebrate this new album announcement, Katharine released her recording of the Frank Sinatra track “Night and Day.” Not only is the single release a taste of what we can expect from her full album, but it holds deep personal meaning for her.
“Night and Day’ is the song consistently sung by my mother as I was growing up,” the artist told Entertainment Weekly. “My mother by day was and still is a vocal coach and by night was performing constantly as a cabaret singer. Therefore, the slow torchy songs from the 30s and 40s were embedded in me.”