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Two is the second studio album by Australian recording artist Lenka. It was released on 19 April 2011 in the United States through Epic Records, however, was released 28 February 2011 in Singapore. The album serves as Lenka's second solo album after having been a member of the group Decoder Ring. The first and lead single from the album, "Heart Skips a Beat", was released on 11 February 2011 to little commercial success. Due to the lead single's lack of success, Two failed to chart as well as its predecessor, Lenka (2008).
"Heart Skips a Beat" was announced as the first official single. A music video has been released on 17 March 2011 through Vevo. and was released on the 11 February 2011, to little success. However, the song was well received by critics.
The album's title track "Two" was released as the second single. The song's music video premiered on 30 June 2011 in YouTube. Like its predecessor, "Two" failed with any commercial success.
"Everything at Once" was initially released as the second promotional single from the album through iTunes. Lenka performed the song on Jimmy Kimmel Live! along with "Heart Skips a Beat". The song also featured in a TV advertisement for Windows 8 in 2012, causing its release as the third official single on November 4, 2012. The single received commercial success and became Lenka's second most successful single after "The Show".
Two was well received by most critics, earning 4 stars out of 5 from Allmusic. 'Absolute Punk' also gave the album a positive review giving it a rating of 68% stating: "...if you're looking for harmless hooks and melodies that are recycled, yet playful, Lenka certainly has you covered."