Olivia Rodrigo pronounces her new 2023 album, GUTS, the follow-up to her 2021 debut album, Bitter. The album releases on September 8, whereas its first single, “vampire,” releases on June 30.
Grammy winner Olivia Rodrigo has introduced her sophomore album, Guts, out September 8 by way of Geffen Data, the follow-up to her wildly profitable 2021 debut, Bitter. The brand new album’s first single, “vampire,” is out this Friday, June 30, and is out there now to pre-save.
“My sophomore album GUTS comes out September 8,” says Rodrigo on her Instagram. “I’m so pleased with this report, and I can’t wait to share it with you all! You’ll be able to pre-save it now!”
Rodrigo introduced “vampire” earlier this month, which she wrote (together with many of the new album) with Daniel Nigro, her collaborator on Bitter. The observe shall be her first solo single since her debut album. CD and seven″ single variations of the tune will embody a demo model as a B-side observe.
“For me, this album is about rising pains and attempting to determine who I’m at this level in my life,” stated Rodrigo. “I really feel like I grew ten years between the ages of 18 and 20 — it was such an intense interval of awkwardness and alter. I feel that’s all only a pure a part of development, and hopefully, the album displays that.”
Rodrigo gained the 2022 Grammy Awards for Greatest New Artist, Greatest Pop Vocal Album, and Greatest Pop Solo Efficiency, after which she spent the yr touring and talking out to her audiences about abortion rights following the Supreme Court docket overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Amid her many exhibits and appearances all year long, Olivia Rodrigo carried out “Deja Vu” and “Uptown Lady” with Billy Joel, sang “Torn” with Natalie Imbruglia, inducted Alanis Morissette into the Canadian Songwriters Corridor of Fame, and sang “You’re So Useless” for Carly Simon’s Rock & Roll Corridor of Fame induction.