If you're an Adele fan who's worn out your copy of '25', there's good news.
The follow-up to the Londoner's insanely successful 2015 album is on the way - and according to the singer herself, will be released in September.
The news came straight from the horse's mouth, as audio footage of her at a friend's wedding over the weekend has emerged.
According to reports, she both officiated and performed at the wedding.
On the footage, she tells the crowd: 'Expect my album in September', adding that she'd 'had about five glasses of wine'. She then breaks into the opening bars of 'Rolling in the Deep'.
The confirmation follows on from the 31-year-old singer's manager Jonathan Dickins revealing that new music is imminent last month.
He told Music Week that the follow-up to '25' would be released in 2020 and "the sooner, the better".
Last May, on her 31st birthday, Adele told her Instagram followers that her 30th year had been difficult. "I’ve changed drastically in the last couple years and I’m still changing and that’s okay," she wrote. "31 is going to be a big ol’ year and I’m going to spend it all on myself."
She also joked that "30 will be a drum n bass record to spite you."
Whether that's true or not, we only have another 7 months or so to find out...