Nelly Furtado hasn't released any new music since 2012's underrated The Spirit Indestructible, but it looks like the Say It Right songstress is finally ready to make a comeback.

During a promotional event in Switzerland, the 36-year-old told Portuguese tabloid Correio da Manhã that she's "working on a new album" and is feeling "very, very inspired."

"I have many songs. Everything is going well," she said. "The album will be out soon and I will make a tour to promote it."

It's been almost a decade since Furtado released her last hit album, Loose, although 2009's Spanish-language Mi Plan performed well in Latin markets.

It's hard to tell if she's going to make a chart-friendly record to try and return to mainstream relevance again, à la Loose, or if she'll just do her own thing musically like on Folklore without worrying about the masses.

Either way, I can't wait to see what she delivers next. Even The Spirit Indestructible --which is easily her weakest album-- still had a handful of amazing tracks (Big Hoops was the best!), so you're always guaranteed to get something good from a Nelly Furtado album.

[Via Furtado Nelly Blog]

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