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2022 is almost over, and this year has been a big year for new releases from some popular artists like Taylor Swift, Sza, and others. We can’t deny that a lot of incredible music was produced this year, both in the form of full-length albums and singles.

In this post, we'll see the top 15 most anticipated albums for you to look forward to in the coming months. The list includes Savia, Paramore, Ava Max, and more... Who knows, maybe there will be more big surprises from our favorite artists along the way. 

Prepare to jive and scream your lungs out as these pop albums will be released this upcoming year.

1. Sam Smith - Gloria

1. Sam Smith - Gloria

Release Date: January 27, 2023

Following the success of 'Unholy,' pop icon Sam Smith is preparing to release his fourth album, 'Gloria.' Kim Petras, Jessie Reyez, and the acclaimed singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran are among the artists featured on his new album. 

The album has 13 tracks, including two interludes. He will also have a tour to celebrate the release of this new album.

2. Young Fathers - Heavy Heavy

2. Young Fathers - Heavy Heavy

Release Date: February 3, 2023

As a follow-up to their 2018’s ‘Cocoa Sugar’, the Scottish trio, Young Fathers are set to release their fourth studio album 'Heavy Heavy' via Ninja Tune. It is a 10-track long album that includes the song ‘Geronimo’ and ‘I Saw.’ 

Young Fathers will also be touring Europe and the United Kingdom in February and March.

3. Paramore - This Is Why

3. Paramore - This Is Why

Release Date: February 10, 2023

Following their 2017's 'After Laughter,' Paramore announced their sixth album called “This is Why.” This upcoming new album is set to release next year via Atlantic Records. William explained that “This is Why” was the last song they wrote and reflects on how the world has evolved in the last few years.

4. Lewis Capaldi - Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent

4. Lewis Capaldi - Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent

Release Date: May 19, 2023

Lewis Capaldi's new album ‘Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent’ will be released next year via Capitol Records as a follow-up to his 2019’s 'Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent.' It includes his hit single 'Forget Me.'

He will also go on a world tour, which will begin on January 14 in Leeds and will end on July 18 in New Zealand.

5. Tom Grennan - What Ifs & Maybes

5. Tom Grennan - What Ifs & Maybes

Release Date: TBC (to be confirmed)

Bedford singer-songwriter Tom Grennan reveals his third album, 'What Ifs & Maybes,' to be released next year (without an exact date) as a follow-up to his 2021's 'Evering Road.' Grennan also revealed that he will embark on his largest UK tour in March next year.

6. Ellie Goulding - Higher Than Heaven

6. Ellie Goulding - Higher Than Heaven

Release Date: February 3, 2023

Ellie Goulding, a pop singer-songwriter has revealed that her fifth studio album, 'Higher Than Heaven,' will be released next year. This album will be produced by Interscope Records and will feature her most recent single 'Let It Die.'

'Higher Than Heaven' will be a follow-up to her 2020’s Brightest Blue. Ellie shares that her new album is about falling madly in love.

7. Amber Arcades - Barefoot On Diamond Road

7. Amber Arcades - Barefoot On Diamond Road

Release Date: February 10, 2023

Amber Arcades revealed a new album named 'Barefoot on Diamond Road' to be released next year, following her previous album 'European Heartbreak' in 2018. This upcoming release is a ten-track long album, including her single “Just Like Me.” 

Barefoot On Diamond Road’ will be her third album and its tracks are about maturity.

8. Gorillaz - Cracker Island

8. Gorillaz - Cracker Island

Release Date: February 24, 2023

Gorillaz has announced the release of their eighth album titled 'Cracker Island,' as well as their latest track 'New Gold,' which features Bootie Brown and Tame Impala. This new album will be released next year by Parlophone.

'Cracker Island' will feature collaborations with Thundercat, Stevie Nicks, Beck, Bad Bunny, and others.

9. Samia - Honey

9. Samia - Honey

Release Date: January 27, 2023

Samia, a singer-songwriter, has announced the release of her new album 'Honey,' which will be out through Grand Jury next year. It will be a follow-up album of her debut album 'The Baby' in 2020. This upcoming release contains 11 tracks, including “Kill Her Freak Out.”

Samia also announces that she will be on tours in 2023.

10. Kimbra - A Reckoning

10. Kimbra - A Reckoning

Release Date: TBC (to be confirmed)

Pop singer Kimbra reveals that she's working on a new album called 'A Reckoning,' which will be released by Inertia in 2023. This is the follow-up to her 2018 album Primal Heart. Ryan Lott of Son Lux co-produced it.

The album is about 'the reckonings that impact our world around environment, race, feminism health and patriarchy,' according to press notes.

11. Ava Max - Diamonds & Dancefloors

11. Ava Max - Diamonds & Dancefloors

Release Date: January 27, 2023

American singer Ava Max announced that her second studio album named 'Diamonds & Dancefloors' will be out next year through Atlantic Records. She describes this new album as something that will make the listener cry and dance at the same time.

12. The Go! Team - Get Up Sequences Part Two

12. The Go! Team - Get Up Sequences Part Two

Release Date: February 3, 3023

The Brighton band, The Go! Team reveals that their sixth album ‘Get Up Sequences Part Two’ will be released through Memphis Industries in 2023. Their member Ian Parton describes their protest songs as 'a global fruit salad and a United Nations of Sound.'

The new album will be 12 tracks long and will include their single 'Divebomb.'

13. NewJeans - OMG

13. NewJeans - OMG

Release Date: January 2, 2023

The rookie girl group NewJeans has revealed that their debut single album, titled 'OMG,' will be released next year. According to ADOR CEO Min Hee-jin, this single album will highlight NewJeans' winter, as one of the tracks will be a winter-themed song.

14. Tiësto - Drive

14. Tiësto - Drive

Release Date: February 24, 2023

The Dutch dance music icon, Tiësto has announced the release of his seventh studio album, 'Drive,' next year. This new album will be 12-tracks long and will include hits such as 'The Motto' and 'Hot In It.' He describes this upcoming album as a 'complete new direction.'

15. Andy Shauf - Norm

15. Andy Shauf - Norm

Release Date: February 10, 2023

Andy Shauf has announced his upcoming album 'Norm' to be released in February 2023. This new album is a follow-up to his 2021’s Wilds and 2020’s The Neon Skyline. It features 12 tracks including his new songs “Wasted On You” and 'Daylight Dreaming.'

Andy will also go on a North America tour, which will begin on January 20 in New Brunswick and will end on May 5 in Ontario.

Now that you've got a sneak peek of the upcoming albums this 2023, which among them are you most excited to listen to? Will one of these pop albums grab a Grammy award next year? Well, let's wait and see, as we can't anticipate some other surprise albums that are coming.

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Jim Olsson

I HAVE a Paramore album. I've heard of Sam Smith (learned of him a few days ago, but was not impressed by what I heard). Gorillaz I've known about for at lea... See More