Mandy Moore is finally ready to get back into our ears. After nearly a year of teasing, the singer announced the release date for her upcoming seventh studio album, Silver Landings, on Tuesday (Jan. 14).
The This Is Us star's first new collection in a decade will drop on March 6 through Verve Forecast and feature the title track, which a release explained was the final tune written for the album. The song "became emblematic of the journey she's been through in the past decade, what it took to get to the point of re-embracing this part of her life, and the expectations therein."
To tide us over, Moore also released the song "Save a Little For Yourself," an emotional, California country rock ballad with a live performance video for a song that Moore said kind of felt like a much-needed sit-down chat with herself. "Not all pain is black and blue/ Strongest people come unglued/ When someone gets the best of you/ Don't let them take the rest of you," she sings on the track. "Sometimes writing a song feels like giving myself the advice I know I need the most and it's often the hardest to heed," she said in a statement. "It makes the song almost a mantra of sorts -- something I know I'll continue learning because it bears repeating."