14 New Albums We Can’t Wait to Hear This Fall

If you're in need of some new music to help you get through your late night study sessions this fall, you're in luck. There are a bunch of new albums coming out from some of our favorite artists, and we've listed our top picks. Check it out:

1. Lana Del Rey, Honeymoon


Release Date: September 18

We loved Lana’s Ultraviolence (2014), and we’re so into “High By the Beach.” We’re anxious to listen to Honeymoon in its entirety, especially after hearing the much anticipated title track.

2. Chvrches, Every Open Eye


Release Date: September 18

The first two tracks off Chvrches’ second indie pop album have already been released, and we’re playing them on repeat. If you haven’t heard “Never Ending Circles” or “Leave a Trace,” you need to check them out. In case you couldn’t tell, we’re counting down the days until Every Open Eye.

3. Disclosure, Caracal


Release Date: September 25

The two brothers who make up Disclosure have teamed up with incredible artists, like Sam Smith on “Latch” (and again on “Omen”). Their 2015 release boasts even more recognizable names, from Lorde to The Weeknd. More people should be talking about Disclosure’s Caracal—so we're doing it, now!

4. Selena Gomez, Revival


Release Date: October 9

It seems like Selena has finally found her voice. We hear Revival will include more sexy tunes (a la “Good for You”) and we are not complaining. This fashion queen is becoming quite the pop star.

5. Demi Lovato, Confident


Release Date: October 16

We’re loving how fierce Demi is these days, and we definitely think her album title is fitting. She released the track list in the coolest way—with the help of her celebrity friends on Twitter—so we hope Confident lives up to the hype.

6. 5 Seconds of Summer, Sounds Good Feels Good


Release Date: October 23

We’re not sure if they can top “She Looks So Perfect,” but we’re eager to find out. Get ready to hear a lot more 5SOS once Sounds Good Feels Good hits the airwaves.

7. Carrie Underwood, Storyteller


Release Date: October 23

Carrie Underwood has always been a country superstar, and she has long been one of our favorite female artists. Her album Storyteller will reportedly be more laid back, but we’re still hoping for another angry breakup anthem like “Before He Cheats.”

8. Little Mix, Get Weird


Release Date: November 6

Perrie Edwards’ girl group Little Mix wowed us with “Black Magic,” and they’re releasing a second track from Get Weird on September 25. It’s called “Love Me Like You,” and we predict it will be a chart-topper.

9. Justin Bieber, TBD


Release Date: TBD

J. Bieb’s new single “What Do You Mean” practically broke the Internet, so naturally we can’t wait for his album to drop. Maybe it will make us cry, too.

10. One Direction, TBD


Release Date: TBD

We love One Direction, Zayn or no Zayn. We’re looking forward to this to-be-named album, especially since the boys will be taking a break next year (and we refuse to believe it'll be anything but a break). It’s going to be different, but hopefully in the best way.

11. Ryan Adams, 1989


Release Date: TBD

Taylor Swift’s 1989 was one of our favorite albums of 2014… and, like, ever. Now, singer-songwriter Ryan Adams is putting his own spin on Taylor’s album. She approves one hundred percent, which has only amplified our excitement. There’s no information as to when the cover album will be released, but as far as we’re concerned, the sooner the better.

12. Ellie Goulding, TBD


Release Date: TBD

We’re obsessed with “Love Me Like You Do,” so we’re looking forward to a whole album of Ellie’s love songs. Her voice is gorgeous and her tracks are well produced. We’ll be waiting (not so) patiently for the album’s release.

13. The Band Perry, TBD


Release Date: TBD

Country-pop sibling trio The Band Perry impressed us with “If I Die Young,” “Better Dig Two” and their newest single, "Live Forever." We’re excited for their third album, and we’ll go into it with an open mind.

14. Grimes, TBD


Release Date: TBD

We’ve been expecting Grimes’ follow up to Visions (2012) for a while now. We love “Genesis” and “Oblivion,” but we need some new music from her. The whole process has been very secretive, but Grimes’ album will finally be released this year.

It's going to be a fantastic season for music, and we can't wait for these albums in particular!