Olivia Rodrigo Announces Release Date and Track List for Debut Album "Sour"

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Photo credit: Geffen Records
Photo credit: Geffen Records

Olivia Rodrigo just dropped some sweet news on her Instagram page about her upcoming album.

In a surprise announcement, Olivia revealed her debut album, Sour, will be released on May 21, 2021. The singer posted the album cover along with the setlist for the big reveal, which you can check out below:

  1. brutal

  2. traitor

  3. drivers license

  4. 1 step forward, 3 steps back

  5. deja vu

  6. good 4 u

  7. enough for you

  8. happier

  9. jealousy, jealousy

  10. favorite crime

  11. hope ur ok

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Fans were recently trying to decode the setlist after Olivia sent her newsletter subscribers special notes with hints at the album track names to different users. Listeners would get a different clue depending on which country they were based in.

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Target is also releasing an alternative cover version of the album that also features an exclusive poster.

Shortly after the big reveal, Olivia also went on Instagram live to talk about the album.

"Lots of the fan favorites didn't make the album and I'm just so appreciative that you guys even listened to the stuff on Instagram that I've posted," she said. "I think you're really gonna love the ones that are on the record. I worked really hard to write them and produce them in a really unique way. I actually just finished a week or two ago."

The album's title fits in with the placeholder title *O*R that was previously announced, which Olivia said was a big coincidence.

"I actually love Sour because, well, first of all, there are many different meanings to Sour and why I love the word sour and feel like it's representative of the album. But, also, an added perk was that it has OR in it. So in all of the graphics of Sour, we always try to make the O and the R bolder than the rest of the word. I chose the word before I actually looked at it and was like, 'Oh my gosh, my initals are in it."

Olivia also noted that she tried to write a song named Sour, but couldn't and that most of her songs were written when she was around 17-years-old. Check out the rest of her live below:

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