Heathrow Airport Loses New Calvin Harris Album

Heathrow Airport Loses New Calvin Harris Album
Waiting for the second Calvin Harris album to leak? Well, there was no official release date for the '80s-obsessed dance producer's follow-up to the UK smash I Created Disco, but in an unfortunate turn of events, the Scotsman may find his work appearing online quicker than he imagined.

After landing at London's Heathrow Airport after a tour in the U.S., Harris was notified that his baggage had been lost. It happens every day, sure, but within the luggage was a laptop containing seven months of work and the only copy of his album's masters. Uh oh.

A representative from Harris's label, Columbia, gave a statement saying: "He has lost the only copy of the new album. It’s a big cause for concern - months of work have gone into that."

In response to the £750 compensation Heathrow offered, the rep said: "You can't really put a price on something like a new record." Well, duh.

Acceptable in the 80s