Sandy Lam Yik-lin seems happy to tell the world about her love life through the medium of song rather than by talking to the press. The 40-year-old singer, who recently broke up with boyfriend, former DJ Chan Fai-hung, has released the Putonghua single, Alone, which uses the melody of New Order's Bizarre Love Triangle. It features on her new Putonghua disc, Breathe Me, due out next Friday. The 14-track collection is the first Putonghua release from Lam in three years. Earlier this month, Chan was quoted in the Chinese press as saying that he and Lam had gone their separate ways. However, Lam refused to respond to the news when she returned to Hong Kong from Canada last week. Breathe Me features love songs as well as a smattering of R&B, new age and rock ballads. Lam (right), who performed in Shanghai yesterday, opened with a series of uptempo tracks and graceful dance moves. 'I've been practicing yoga for two years. I'm physically fit and I really enjoy the dancing part. I don't feel tired at all,' she told the mainland press before the concert. At last year's concerts in Hong Kong, Lam didn't perform any songs by her ex-husband, Jonathan Li Zhongchen. However, in both Shanghai shows and at Beijing's Great Hall of the People this week, she wheeled out a number of Lee's ballads. 'I won't refuse to sing any song intentionally. If it's a good song and the audience likes it, I will sing it,' said Lam, who is due to perform two shows in Taiwan later this month.