Calvin Harris names his new album and confirms Rihanna, Florence Welch, Ne-Yo all feature

Ellie Goulding, Example, Tinie Tempah and Dizzee Rascal will also feature on the Scottish DJ's new LP

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Calvin Harris has announced that his new album will be titled '18 Months' and will feature guest appearances from the likes of Rihanna, Florence And The Machine's Florence Welch and Dizzee Rascal.

The Scottish DJ's third album will be released at the end of October and he took to Twitter to announce its star-studded line-up of guest vocalists, revealing that Ellie Goulding, Tinie Tempah, Nicky Romero, Kelis, Ne-Yo, Dillon Francis, Ayah and Example will also feature on the record.

He wrote: "My new album is called 18 Months and features Kelis, Rihanna, Example, Nicky Romero, Ellie Goulding, Tinie Tempah, Florence, Dizzee Rascal, Neyo, Ayah, Dillon Francis."

The album is Harris' third full-length effort of his career so far and is the follow-up to his 2009 record 'Ready For The Weekend'. The next single from it will be titled 'Sweet Nothing' and will feature vocals from Florence Welch.

'Sweet Nothing' will be the fifth single from the album so far, with Harris' collaborations with Kelis, Example, Ne-Yo as well as his solo track 'Feel So Close' already released.

He is currently touring in support of '18 Months' and plays London's iTunes Festival this year on September 15, co-headlining London's Roundhouse with fellow dance titan David Guetta.

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