Leona Lewis recently dropped her brand-new single, 'Collide,' and now the singer has revealed that the name of her forthcoming album is 'Glass Heart.'

According to Idolator, the pop star sat down with UK radio hosts Alex and Lucy on Thursday to talk about her new song and upcoming release, which has been unnamed until now. Lewis is currently in the studio working on her third LP, which she said will be "more progressive" and "more eclectic," and will have a "more uptempo" and "a bit darker" vibe than her previous albums.

In addition to to the album title news, the singer also dished that Simon Cowell has asked her to perform on the first season of the American version of 'The X Factor.' Although the British songbird has faced plagiarism controversy with her latest song, she'll likely choose the number for the new show.

'Collide' and several remixes of the tune will be available through online retailers on Sept. 6. A release date for 'Glass Heart' has not yet been set, but fans can tune into the new season of 'X Factor' when it begins airing on Sept. 21 on FOX.