Austin, Post Malone’s fifth studio album, has been released after months of anticipation.
Less than a year after he released its chart-topping predecessor Twelve Carat Toothache, the Grammy-nominated performer announced the release back in May.
“I wanted to say that I love you guys so very f*cking much,” Malone said in an Instagram Reel. “I’m here on tour in Europe right now, and I wanted to tell you guys that I have an album coming out this summer on July 28. It’s called Austin. Like my name—that is my name.
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It’s been some of the funnest music, some of the most challenging and rewarding music for me, at least — trying to really push myself and really do some cool stuff. 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.”
Since Posty decided to record the album without any features, the title was really appropriate. He did, however, work with a fantastic group of writers and producers, including Max Martin, Lou Bell, Andrew Watt, Billy Walsh, etc.
Fans first got a taste of the album back in April when Malone released the album’s opening song “Chemical,” which was followed by “Mourning” and “Overdrive.”
Post talked openly about Austin’s recording process and the adjustments that made it much more fun during a recent discussion on Mythical Kitchen.
“I have so much more fun writing ‘cause I never used to write with a guitar,” he told host Josh Scherer. “And these last two records I started writing with a guitar, and so I would, I figured out a cool technique that I really like is just putting the guitar up to the mic, putting my headphones on, turning the reverb, like, insane and just coming up with melodies and chords that way.”
The 17-track Austin album features songs with names like “Too Cool to Die,” “Socialite,” “Hold My Breath,” and “Green Thumb.”
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Post Malone’s If Y’all Weren’t Here, I’d Be Crying Tour is helping to support the cause. Indiana served as the starting point for the journey, which will also stop in Atlanta, Houston, Mexico City, Tokyo, and Sydney.