This summer, we were blessed with new music from Beyonce and Lizzo, but fall will not disappoint. This season, we’re getting new music from Blackpink, Taylor Swift, Meghan Trainor and more!
Here are 15 albums to look out for.
Blackpink- Born Pink
Blackpink’s second studio album, Born Pink, will be released on Sept. 16. The K-pop stars’ first full-length album, The Album, came out in October 2020. Their lead single, Pink Venom, dropped in mid-August, and the group performed the instant hit recently at the MTV VMAs.
Noah Cyrus- The Hardest Part
Noah Cyrus’ first studio album, The Hardest Part, will be out Sept. 16. She has already released singles I Burned LA Down, Ready to Go, Mr. Percocet and Every Beginning Ends with Death Cab for Cutie’s Benjamin Gibbard.
Deathcab for Cutie- Asphalt Meadows
Speaking of Death Cab for Cutie, their 10th studio album, Asphalt Meadows, will be out Sept. 16. The group has released several singles from it, including Foxglove Through The Clearcut, Here to Forever and Roman Candles. They are currently on tour.
Kelsea Ballerini- Subject to Change
Kelsea Ballerini’s fourth studio album, Subject to Change, will drop on Sept. 23. The country pop star released singles The Little Things in early August and What I Have on Sept. 1 and will be launching her Heartfirst tour in late September.
Willow – Coping Mechanism
Willow is releasing her 5th studio album, Coping Mechanism, on Sept. 23. She released singles Maybe Its My Fault in late June and Hover Like a Goddess in early August. In May, Willow joined Yungblud on his single Memories.
Brandi Carlile, In the Canyon Haze
Brandi Carlile is releasing an acoustic deluxe version of her last album These Silent Days on Sept. 28. Titled In the Canyon Haze, a double-vinyl version will be available on Nov. 25. It will be her 8th studio album. She is currently on tour.
Kid Cudi- Entergalactic
Kid Cudi will release his 8th studio album, Entergalactic, on Sept. 30 and an animated music series to go along with it on Netflix. He released the first single Do What I Want in early June and is currently on his To The Moon tour through the end of November.
Fossura, Bjork’s follow up to 2017’s Utopia, will drop on Sept. 30. News of the Icelandic star’s 12th solo studio album came at the same time as an announcement of her podcast, Bjork: Sonic Symbolism.
Charlie Puth – Charlie
Charlie Puth has released four singles from his third studio album, Charlie. These include Light Switch in January, That’s Hilarious in April, Left and Right– featuring BTS’ Jungkook in June and Smells like Me in early September. Charlie will drop on Oct. 7.
Tove Lo – Dirty Femme
Tove Lo’s Dirty Femme, out Oct. 14, will feature her hit How Long from the Euphoria second season soundtrack. It will also feature the Swedish pop singer’s recent single No One Dies from Love.
Taylor Swift – Midnights
Taylor Swift announced that her 10th studio album, Midnights, is dropping Oct. 21 while accepting an award at the MTV VMAs in late August. In an Instagram post she described the album’s songs as “the stories of 13 sleepless nights scattered throughout my life.”
Meghan Trainor – Takin’ it Back
Takin’ it Back, out Oct. 21, is Meghan Trainor’s fifth studio album. She released a video for first single Bad for Me in June and remixes for the song in August. This is Trainor’s first album since she had a child with actor Daryl Sabara (Spy Kids).
Tegan and Sara – Crybaby
Canadian pop star twins, Tegan and Sara, released the single F-cking Up What Matters in April and in July, announced their 10th studio album, Crybaby, will be out Oct. 21. They also released a single titled Yellow. They are going on tour in support of the new album starting in late October.
Carly Rae Jepsen- The Loneliest Time
Carly Rae Jepsen announced in early August that her new album, The Loneliest Time, is coming out Oct. 21. She also announced her So Nice Tour, which starts in late September. Her last album, E*MO*TION, came out in 2015.
Louis Tomlinson – Faith in the Future
The former One Direction member announced in late August that his new album, Faith in the Future, is coming on Nov. 11. He released the first single Bigger Than Me on Sept. 2. His last album, Walls, came out in January 2020.