Camila Cabello Drops New Album 'Romance' and Fans Give Their Reviews After Singer Says She's 'Dying to Know'
By Zach Seemayer
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Camila Cabello's hotly anticipated new album,Romance, dropped Thursday, and it's stirring up some strong emotions with her fans.
The songstress teased the release Thursday afternoon, while at the same time suggesting a great way to listen to her new music.
"Who’s gonna listen to #ROMANCE with a glass of wine in the tub at midnight tonight?" Cabello captioned some album art showing her sitting on top of a retro TV in a white shirt, a tie, no pants and black knee-high boots.
The singer then shared a very trippy, psychedelic minute-long short film that served as a surrealist invitation to the "world of Romance."
"Do you dare to lose yourself in love? Do you dare to lose yourself in the exquisite agony of it? The desperation, the madness, the urgency, the passion, the ecstasy? An invitation like this is not for the faint of heart," the lengthy caption read in part. "All that’s left to do is surrender. I know what you’re thinking. 'Surrender? That’s it? That’s all I can do now?' Believe me, I know. How deliciously terrifying, how irresistibly maddening.............. Can you feel your heart in your throat? Have the butterflies in your stomach turned into roaring lions? If yes, then you know you’ve arrived. Welcome to the world of Romance."