Kelly Clarkson Releases 'Mine' and 'Me,' the First Two Singles Off Her New Album Post-Breakup 

Clarkson's first album since divorcing music manager Brandon Blackstock last year is chemistry, released June 23. 

Kelly Clarkson's post-breakup album's first two tracks are here.

The 40-year-old singer released "me" and "mine" from her June 23 10th album chemistry on Friday.

"Chemical attraction is amazing and overwhelming. You're stuck. You're attracted. "This is good and bad," the American Idol winner wrote on Instagram.

"This album explores every chemistry path. "I didn't want to release one song to represent an album or relationship, so we released "my" and "me" together," she said.

This CD covers different sorrow and loss stages. Each song is an emotional stage."

The post revealed chemistry's dramatic album cover. The singer presented the artwork for "me" and "mine"—heart shapes burned into red canvas—the day before.

The Grammy winner posted the lyrics on Instagram before releasing the two songs.