15 Major New Albums You’ll Be Listening To This Fall

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Last year at this time, we were all buzzing about the release of Taylor Swift‘s 1989, one of the year’s biggest and most successful albums. This year, there’s nothing quite as massive to anticipate, but Lana Del ReyFetty WapAvicii and Disclosure all have new albums dropping this fall—and that’s just to name a few.

Scroll through to see 15 new albums being released during the next few months—and make room on your playlist accordingly.

Lana del Rey Honeymoon

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Lana Del Rey: “Honeymoon”
Release Date:
September 18
Airy songstress Lana Del Rey’s latest single, “High By The Beach,” has racked up more than 19 million views on YouTube in less than a month. Del Rey has said her entire new album was inspired by the beach, so expect the other new tracks to have a similar cool synth vibe paired with her signature gentle, moody vocals.

Keith Richards Crosseyed Heart

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Keith Richards: “Crosseyed Heart”
Release Date:
September 18
Even classic rock fans are being treated to new music this fall: former Rolling Stones vocalist/guitarist Keith Richards is releasing his first solo album in 23 years. The album has a bit of a blues slant to it and several acoustic songs, including a duet with Norah Jones.

CocoRosie Heartache City

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CocoRosie: “Heartache City”
Release Date:
September 18
Electo-pop duo (and sisters) CocoRosie have taken their time putting together their latest album, which they recorded on a farm in France. While their past songs are often described as “psychedelic,” the sisters told Pitchfork their upcoming album has “a dusty Southern feel with old-time poetry.”

Avicii Stories

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Avicii: “Stories”
Release Date:
September 25
“Hey Brother” and “Wake Me Up” are probably still on your pre-game playlist, but Avicii is releasing 14 new party-ready tracks with his upcoming album. This time around, the Swedish DJ has songs featuring Chris Martin, Billy Joel and Jon Bon Jovi.

Disclosure Caracal

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Disclosure: “Caracal”
Release Date:
September 25
It’s going to be tough for Disclosure duo Guy and Howard Lawrence to match the massive success of their hit “Latch” (featuring Sam Smith), but early reviews are already giving “Caracal” high praise. The album features another Sam Smith collaboration as well as songs with Miguel, Lorde and The Weeknd.

Chvrches Every Open Eye

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Chvrches: “Every Open Eye”
Release Date:
September 25
Scottish group Chvrches is serving up more synth-pop with “Every Open Eye,” pushing themselves into new territory—both lyrically and musically. Going through a breakup? Check out “Leave A Trace,” which vocalist Lauren Mayberry has said “is the middle finger mic drop. It’s about the point where you’re like, ‘There’s no point in having this conversation anyway. There will be no resolve.’”

Fetty Wap

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Fetty Wap: “Fetty Wap”
Release Date:
September 25
With three singles killing it on the charts right now, it’s hard to believe VMA “Artist To Watch” winner Fetty Wap hasn’t even released an album yet. The time has finally come and the hip-hop artist’s debut will have 21 tracks, including a “Trap Queen” remix featuring Grandur.

Janet Jackson Unbreakable

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Janet Jackson: “Unbreakable”
Release Date:
October 2
Janet Jackson’s new single “No Sleeep” may be unfortunately spelled, but the steamy music video proves the 49-year-old can still bring it. If you loved ‘80s and ‘90s Janet, you’ll adore the new album—she stuck with the same producer. Expect plenty of sexy-time tracks, but also a big dose of honesty. Rumor has it at least one song is about her late brother, Michael.

Selena Gomez Revival

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Selena Gomez: “Revival”
Release Date:
October 9
Selena Gomez sent a clear message when she revealed the “Revival” album cover on Instagram last week, a black-and-white photo of herself completely nude: she’s baring it all on this album. Gone are the shallow pop songs from her Disney years. Gomez isn’t afraid to expose her heartbreak. Get ready to dissect all the lyrics for hints of her on-again, off-again relationship with Justin Bieber.

Toby Keith 35 MPH Town

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Toby Keith: “35 MPH Town”
Release Date:
October 9
Planning a fall roadtrip? Let country superstar Toby Keith’s 18th (!) album be your soundtrack. As usual, he doesn’t hold back on speaking his mind; the title track is about a small town that’s changed, and not for the better.

Demi Lovato Confident

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Demi Lovato: “Confident”
Release Date:
October 16
Demi’s had her dark days of dealing with depression, eating disorders and substance abuse, but she’s leaving that all behind and marking a new, triumphant chapter with her fifth album, “Confident.” If “Cool For The Summer” is any indication, fans can expect more feel-good, radio-ready pop.

Carrie Underwood Storyteller

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Carrie Underwood: “Storyteller”
Release Date:
October 23
Now that she’s happily married with an adorable baby boy, Carrie Underwood is singing a different tune, so to speak, than her early hits. But just because her “Before He Cheats” days are behind her doesn’t mean she’s gone soft. The country powerhouse is back with more relatable songs, including her new single “Smoke Break,” which is about stretching yourself too thin.

The Neighbourhood Wiped Out

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The Neighbourhood:
“Wiped Out!”
Release Date:
October 30
The Neighbourhood is releasing a new album during the height of “sweater weather.” Ironic much? So far, the band has only released one single from the new album, “R.I.P. 2 My Youth,” with lyrics that are totally emo, but sonically, it’s an upbeat blend of rock and hip-hop.

Charlie Puth Nine Track Mind

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Charlie Puth: “Nine Track Mind”
Release Date:
November 6
Twenty-three-year-old Charlie Puth is all over the charts with Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again” and Meghan Trainor’s “Marvin Gaye,” but his debut album is his chance to prove he has what it takes to be more than just a feature. After spending the past few years penning songs for Pitbull, Jason Derulo and Trey Songz, this is his time to shine.

Justin Bieber Today Show

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Justin Bieber: Title TBA
Release Date: November 13
After years of being little more than a punchline, Justin Bieber is back in a big way. His current songs “What Do You Mean?” and “Where Are U Now (ft. Skrillex and Diplo)” helped define the summer. Now, it’s up to Bieber to keep the momentum going through the end of the year.