John Mayer has confirmed his eighth studio album is finished and he's currently sharing it with his friends.
John Mayer has finished his new album.
The 43-year-old singer-songwriter told fans on TikTok that he has been "chilling" and getting his friends' opinions on his follow-up to 2017's ‘The Search For Everything’.
He captioned a clip on the video-sharing platform: "My album is recorded, mixed and mastered. I’ve just been chilling and sharing it with friends for the past couple of months.”
While he also teased: “I think I’m gonna drop a clip of the single."
Fans are still waiting for the preview of the track to be shared.
Since his 2017 album, John has released the singles ‘New Light’, 'I Guess I Just Feel Like’ and ‘Carry Me Away’.
While he teamed up with Khalid on ‘Outta My Head’ in 2019 and released 'Inside Friend' with Leon Bridges last year.
The latter was released to help raise money for the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund, which supports music creators and professionals whose livelihoods are being affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Leon explained at the time: "The concept for 'Inside Friend' came about from Mayer and I joking around in the studio about what an ideal date for an introvert or homebody like myself would be.
"I tour most of the year, so I'd rather invite a gal over to lounge comfortably in the crib as opposed to go out somewhere crowded."
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