Calvin Harris reveals full details and tracklisting of new album '18 Months'

The Scottish DJ's new album will come out in late October

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Calvin Harris has revealed that his new album '18 Months' will be released on October 29.

The Scottish DJ has also unveiled the tracklisting and artwork for his third studio LP, which will feature appearances from the likes of Rihanna, Florence And The Machine's Florence Welch and Dizzee Rascal. You can see the album's artwork below.



Speaking previously on Twitter about the album, Harris also revealed that Ellie Goulding, Tinie Tempah, Nicky Romero, Kelis, Ne-Yo, Dillon Francis, Ayah and Example will all feature on the record, which is the follow-up to his 2009 record 'Ready For The Weekend'.

The tracklisting for '18 Months' is as follows:

'Green Valley'
'Bounce' (featuring Kelis)
'Feel So Close'
'We Found Love' (featuring Calvin Harris)
'We'll Be Coming Back' (featuring Example)
'Mansion'
'Iron' (featuring Nicky Romero)
'I Need Your Love' (featuring Ellie Goulding)
'Drinking From The Bottle' (featuring Tinie Tempah)
'Sweet Nothing' (featuring Florence Welch)
'School'
'Here 2 China' (featuring Dillion Francis and Dizzee Rascal)
'Let's Go' (featuring Ne-Yo)
'Awooga'
'Thinking About You' (featuring Ayer Marar)


Last month Harris, who is currently touring in support of '18 Months', unveiled the single 'Sweet Nothing' – his collaboration with Florence And The Machine's Florence Welch. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click below to listen to the track.

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