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Def Leppard: ascolta il nuovo singolo ‘Take What You Want’

Di Orso Comellini - 20 Aprile 2022 - 16:20
Def Leppard: ascolta il nuovo singolo ‘Take What You Want’

I Def Leppard hanno pubblicato il nuovo singolo ‘Take What You Want’, dal loro nuovo album “Diamond Star Halos”, in uscita il 27 maggio per UMe.

Ready to ignite 2022, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame®-inducted icons and rock music legends Def Leppard have announced their return with a twelfth full-length album, Diamond Star Halos [UMC], released on the 27th May  2022.


The albums first single, “Kick”, was released to widespread critical and commercial acclaim in March 2022. The single went straight onto the A list of the UK’s BBC Radio 2 and the official video has over 800,000 views and counting in just over two weeks.


Today, the band release the second single from the album, “Take What You Want”. The album opener, the single is classic Def Leppard – driving guitars, riffs and a melody that will lodge itself in your head. A lyric video for the single will be released on the 29th April 2022.


Diamond Star Halos marks the band’s first new work since 2015’s chart-topping self-titled, Def Leppard. It is available for pre-order now in multiple configurations, including a Deluxe Edition2-LP VinylDigital formats and more. Exclusive bundles including newly designed album merch have also launched. Pre-order on the band’s official store—HERE.




Check out the full tracklisting below.



  1. Take What You Want
  2. Kick
  3. Fire It Up
  4. This Guitar [feat. Alison Krauss]
  5. SOS Emergency
  6. Liquid Dust
  7. U Rok Mi
  8. Goodbye For Good This Time
  9. All We Need
  10. Open Your Eyes
  11. Gimme A Kiss
  12. Angels (Can’t Help You Now)
  13. Lifeless [feat. Alison Krauss]
  14. Unbreakable
  15. From Here To Eternity


The artwork for Diamond Star Halos is art in itself. The design follows pedigree with their instantly recognizable album covers from their celebrated past. With images by world renowned photographer and director Anton Corbijn, styling concepts by Maryam Malakpour and graphics by the UK based Munden Brothers, the design truly follows the band’s influence through their eyes today.