Call off the search: John Mayer is back with his first full-length album in more than three years.
Mayer's 12-track set The Search for Everything dropped at midnight and includes four previously-unreleased works and recordings from the first two Wave EPs, which both bowed at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Rock Albums chart earlier this year (the first of those reached No. 2 on the Billboard 200).
It's his first LP since 2013's Paradise Valley. Not one to waste time, Mayer started recording sessions for Everything the following year at Capitol Studios in Hollywood.
"And that ends an era. August '14-April '17. I made this record for *you*. May you hear and see and feel yourself in these songs," Mayer tweeted overnight.
And that ends an era. August '14-April '17. I made this record for *you*. May you hear and see and feel yourself in these songs. ??????
- John Mayer (@JohnMayer) April 14, 2017
The singer and songwriter is supporting his new effort with his Search for Everything Tour, which is currently winding its way around the U.S.
Stream The Search for Everything below.