Canadian singer Michael Bublé is releasing his first album featuring original material since 2007, his label announced this week. Entitled "Crazy Love," after a 1970 Van Morrison tune of the same name, the album is due Oct. 13 on 143/Reprise Records.
Bublé recorded "Crazy Love" in New York and Vancouver and co-wrote both of album's two original songs -- "Hold On" and "Haven't Met You Yet," which is the lead single and debuts at radio on Aug. 31. The remaining 11 tracks include covers of "Cry Me A River," "Georgia On My Mind" and "Baby (You've Got What It Takes)," which features Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings.
"I dug way deeper and was more introspective on this one," Bublé said in a statement. "Basically, I sang the truth -- made each song autobiographical -- and you can definitely hear the difference."