Bob Dylan and Paul Simon will both release new albums in the coming months.
Dylan's is called 'Fallen Angels' and will be released next month, on May 20th.
The songs are not new Dylan compositions, however; the album's 12 tracks are "compositions from great American songwriters interpreted by Dylan through his singular talents as a vocalist, arranger and bandleader", according to the press release. The album was recorded with his band at Capitol Studios last year and features songs written by Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen, Sammy Cahn and Carolyn Leigh.
Paul Simon, meanwhile, will release his new album 'Stranger to Stranger' a few weeks later, on June 3rd. It's his 13th studio album and his first since 2011.
The album features several collaborations with Italian EDM artist Clap! Clap! - one of which you can hear on lead single 'Wristband' below:
You can also hear Dylan's 'Melancholy Mood', which was previously sung by Frank Sinatra, below: