Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 22 July 2014

Tisdale misses music

Ashley Tisdale

Former High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale is eager to get back into the studio to record more music after spending half a decade focusing on her film career.

The former High School Musical star is currently promoting her new film Scary Movie V.

She released her last studio album four years ago.

Ashley is eager to get back to her musical roots after focusing on her film career for such a long period of time.

The star will not step into a recording studio until her creative juices are flowing however.

"It's so funny. I've been asked that question a lot, and I've just always been somebody who needs to be inspired, obviously, to do something," she told MTV News. "I don't just want to do it just to do it. But I have been missing music, so I think I'm going to be going to the recording studio, like, next week."

Ashley’s overarching artistic theme or sound for the new record is not yet in place.

She is really in the brainstorming phase of creation.

"I'm still feeling it out," Ashley said. "I want to surprise people a little bit, something different from what I've done before. I started actually last year recording, but you know, I'm just still trying to find exactly what I want to do."

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