Blake Shelton announced his 11th studio album’s title and release date on Thursday, which features latest single, “I’ll Name the Dogs,” ET reports.
Shelton shared the album cover on Instagram, writing, “YEEHAWW who’s ready for some more new music??!!”
“Lake Texoma has always been a place of great memories, new and old,” the 41-year-old country singer said in a press release. “I literally recorded this album on its shore so it’s full circle for me to take the love of this place and my love of country music.”
Shelton’s album announcement coincides with Gwen Stefani’s revelation of the release date of her first Christmas album, You Make It Feel Like Christmas, which will be out on Oct. 6. The Christmas song is a collaboration of the couple. They previously co-wrote and sang together 2016’s “Go Ahead and Break My Heart.”
The album news come days ahead of The Voice premiere on NBC. The reality show returns on Monday, Sept. 25, with Shelton, Adam Levine, Jennifer Hudson, and Miley Cyrus as coaches.
“Texoma Shore” will hit the music stores on Nov. 3.