Fans can’t seem to get enough of Post Malone’s music and the “White Iverson” rapper is making sure to give them exactly what they want. Malone just announced he has a new album coming in the summer, one year after releasing his fourth studio effort, Twelve Carat Toothache.
Malone shared the news in a video posted on Instagram, revealing that the album is scheduled to arrive on July 28 and will be titled Austin.
“I have an album coming out this summer on July 28. It’s called Austin. Like my name — that is my name,” said Malone.
Malone also added that working on Austin has resulted in some of the “most challenging and rewarding music” for him.
“I played guitar on every song on the record, and it was a really, really fun experience, and I’m super, super excited to share it with you,” he disclosed.
At the end of the clip, Malone also revealed that the album’s second single, “Mourning,” will drop on May 19. The first single, “Chemical,” arrived back in April.
Later, Malone uploaded the cover art for Austin while sharing details of the new tour across North America.
If Ya’ll Weren’t Here, I’d Be Crying tour will kick off on July 8 in Noblesville, Indiana, and is set to wrap up with a show in San Bernardino, California, on August 19.