Leona Lewis fans will have to wait to hear what the singer has in store for them on her album Glassheart. The British pop chanteuse has taken to her Facebook page to announce that the album is now expected to drop next year, instead of November as originally planned.

"Just wanted to update everyone on the album!" she wrote. "I'm feeling so inspired right now and have decided to continue recording! I have a collection of songs that I'm so in love with and I [know] there's more to be born so it means the album will come early next year x."

Despite the delay, she did tease fans with a single, "Collide," earlier this year. The song, written and produced by Autumn Rowe and produced by Sandy Vee, garnered attention when Swedish DJ Avicii claimed it was plagiarized from his 2010 track "Penguin." Avicii was eventually given co-writing credits on the track, NME.com reports.

A video for the song dropped this past summer and featured Lewis getting flirty on the beach. The dance-flavored track was something of a departure for Lewis, who made a name for herself with big ballads and mid-tempo hits like "Better in Time" and "Bleeding Love."

She's reportedly been in the studio with a number of A-listers including Chuck Harmony, Claude Kelly, Ryan Tedder, Fraser T. Smith, Dallas Austin, Rico Love, Naughty Boy and Ne-Yo. The album is a follow-up to 2009's Echo, which spawned hits like "Happy" when it dropped.