Michael Bublé is back with a brand new album!
Talking on Australian radio, Michael Bublé told us the album would be released in October. But according to the New York Times, we’re going to have to wait just a little bit longer.
The NY Times's Pop Music Fall Preview says that Michael Bublé's new album will be out on 16th November 2018. There's no title listed, but the Times says that for the project, Michael's reunited with super-producer David Foster, who worked on five of his previous albums.
Michael’s new album is said to feature "My Funny Valentine" and "La Vie En Rose" -- as well as a few originals, including a single called "Love You Anymore."
The album will be Michael's first release since Nobody But Me, back in 2016. Shortly afterwards, his son Noah was diagnosed with cancer, and Michael put his career on hold to care for him along with wife Luisana Lopilato. Noah is now much better and Michael and Luisana have recently given birth to their third child, daughter Vida.
Back in August, Michael told Australia's Smooth FM, that the new album was his "therapy," adding, "I just put a lot of love into it and I think the whole world needs those positive and really beautiful things right now. They need love and romance and baby-making music, and I think I'm pretty good at doing it. I truly, genuinely love doing it, and I think people are gonna dig it."
Michael is due to perform at London's O2 arena on September 29 2018.
We’re SO glad to see him back!
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