Ricardo Arjona Sets Date for New Album 'Circo Soledad'

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Ricardo Arjona performs at American Airlines Arena on Sept. 19, 2015 in Miami.

Less than a year after releasing the acoustic album Apague la Luz y Escuche, Ricardo Arjona is dropping a new album titled Circo Soledad on April 21.

Along with the release of the LP, the Guatemalan singer/songwriter will embark on a world tour in June, with which he'll return to Europe after eight years making stops in London, Paris and Barcelona. 

Arjona recorded Circo Soledad in different countries, including England, Colombia and his native Guatemala. "I never recorded in a country pretending that that place would become the main character in the song. If this production took me to many countries, studios and allowed me to work with some of the most important musicians around the world, it was simply because the song needed it," Arjona said in a statement.

Arjona's Apague la Luz y Escuche spent two weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Latin Pop Albums chart. The new album's first single and music video "Ella" will drop Friday.

Below, watch a teaser of his forthcoming tour.