As her "Courage" world tour kicks off Wednesday night in Quebec City, Celine Dion has announced details about her new album of the same name.
"Courage" will be out Nov. 15 and is now available for pre-order.
To get a taste of what you can expect, the Canadian diva has released three new tracks from the project: the title track, "Lying Down" -- co-written by Sia and David Guetta -- and "Imperfections," co-written by "I Like Me Better" artist Lauv.
"Imperfections" features a mid-tempo electronic beat over lyrics about owning your faults.
"Lying Down" is a passionate song about moving on after a bad relationship. And the title track is an anthemic ballad in which Celine pleads, "I'm staring in the face of something new / You're all I've got to hold on to / So courage, don't you dare fail me now."
Earlier this year, Dion released another track from the album, "Flying on My Own, " which she sang during her final Las Vegas residency concert.
So far, there's no official track list for "Courage." It's her first English-language album since 2013's "Loved Me Back to Life."