Lea Michele will release her debut album in March 2014.
The 'Glee' actress-and-singer has announced her first collection, 'Louder', will be in stores in the UK on March 3 and in the US on March 4.
Lea, who mourned the tragic loss of her boyfriend and co-star Cory Monteith in July, says her album will be full of ''emotion''.
In a statement, she explained: '''Louder' really encompasses my experiences over this past year and my journey as an artist up to this point.
''There's a lot of emotion but it's also very encouraging and hopeful -- it's about pushing forward and living your life in a way that's louder, stronger and bolder. I'm so excited to share this new side of me with my fans.''
The 27-year-old starlet has also unveiled her first single, a midtempo song called 'Cannonball', which was written by Sia.
The song debuted in full on Tuesday (10.12.13) and is already available to download in the US. A UK release will follow on February 23.
Lea previously revealed she will include a dedication to her late boyfriend, Cory, on the album, called 'You're Mine'.
Lea Michele's 'Louder' track list:
2. 'On My Way'
3. 'Burn with You'
5. 'You're Mine'
6. 'Thousand Needles'
8. 'Cue the Rain'
9. 'Don't Let Go'
10. 'Empty Handed'
11. 'If You Say So'
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