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Following the lead single "Build It Better," Natalie Imbruglia has released the follow-up single titled "Maybe It's Great" serving as the second preview of the Australian artist's first album in six years, 'Firebird', due out on September 24. Co-written with The Strokes' guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. and producer Gus Oberg, the track offers up '80s-inspired synth-pop anchored by a driving beat. “It was a dream come true to work with Albert Hammond Jr,” Imbruglia said in a statement, with the song coming after the pair were photographed together in the studio back in 2019. Discussing the forthcoming album, which was previewed last month with the uplifting lead single ‘Build It Better’, Imbruglia said: “Making this album has been such a profound and satisfying experience. Having gone through a long period of what essentially was writer’s block, it was sometimes hard to envisage getting to this place. Other credited guests and writers on Natalie Imbruglia’s ‘Firebird’ are Romeo Stodart of The Magic Numbers, KT Tunstall, Eg White (Adele, Dua Lipa), Luke Fitton (Little Mix, Girls Aloud), Fiona Bevan (One Direction, Ed Sheeran), Rachel Furner (Jason Derulo) and more.