Beck has announced his next studio album will be titled Colors, set for release sometime in October. This will be Beck's first record since 2014's Grammy-winning Morning Phase, and it will be produced along with Greg Kurstin (The Bird and the Bee, Adele, Sia). In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Beck discussed the process creating the record, which has been a long time in the making:

I suppose the record could have come out a year or two ago. But these are complex songs all trying to do two or three things at once. It's not retro and not modern. To get everything to sit together so it doesn't sound like a huge mess was quite an undertaking.

Coming off of the tender and reflective Morning Phase three years prior, Colors will feature more upbeat rhythms and vibrant production. (Perhaps more like his "Wow" single from 2016.) Beck has also mentioned the titles of two songs slated to appear on the new record: "Fix Me," and "Up All Night." Further details about the album are expected soon, so stay tuned.

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