Marina And The Diamonds has suggested that she's bankrupted her record label following the high-budget release of her second album.
Electra Heart hit No1 in the UK and 31 in the US, but the singer - real name Marina Diamondis - has said in a new interview that it's been far from a profitable campaign.
Speaking to Canadian paper The Province, she said of her latest direction: “You may as well accept what your talent is and support it, rather than quashing it or dumbing it down to make yourself more likeable for radio.
Marina and the Diamonds (WENN)
"It’s why I built Electra Heart and the elaborate concept behind it. It was my way of justifying taking that commercial path, when really I had been signed as a lo-fi sounding songwriter."
And speaking of the future of this particular collection, she added: "I have three more video parts I will put out. I’ve bankrupted my label (apparently) so we have no money, but we’re going to do it and finish this era the way I want to. Where there’s a will, there’s a way!"
The album spawned the No11 hit single 'Primadonna' and follow-ups 'Power and Control' and 'How To Be Heartbreaker'; and last week Marina also debuted a free song with Charli XCX which was met with critical acclaim.
Her debut, 2010's The Family Jewels, charted at No5 in the UK and was certified Gold by the BPI.
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