X Factor season three winners Alex & Sierra are set to release their debut Columbia/Syco album, “It’s About Us,” which is available for pre-orders today on iTunes.
Fans pre-ordering the record, set for release on Oct. 7, will get a taste of the 13-song collection with the track, “Little Do You Know,” which is available for preview on SoundCloud.
For the album, the duo worked with multiple songwriters and producers, including Toby Gad (Beyonce), John Legend, Sam Hollander (Neon Trees, Gym Class Heroes) and Julian Bunetta (One Direction).
Other selected songs from the album will be downloadable to pre-ordering fans on a bi-weekly basis, leading up to the official release.
The couple, Alex Kinsey and Sierra Deaton, created excitement performing as a modern daySonny and Cher on The X Factor, debuted their song, “Scarecrow,” on NBC’s Today Show and an accompanying lyric video surpassed 1.1 million views on YouTube.
The duo will hit the road this summer with dates opening for Colbie Caillat and Train, as well as an opening slot for Lady Antebellum Aug. 3 on the beach in Atlantic City.
The track listing for “It’s About Us”:
2. “Give Me Something”
3. “Bumper Cars”
4. “Almost Home”
5. “Here We Go”
6. “It’s About Us”
7. “Little Do You Know”
9. “Just Kids”
10. “I Love You’
11. “Broken Frame”
12. “Back To You”
13. “All For You”
Aug. 27: Denver, Colorado/Denver Botanic Gardens
Aug. 28: Kansas City, Missouri/Harrah’s Voodoo Lounge
Aug. 29: Glen Ellyn, Illinois/McAninch Arts Center
Sept. 1: Portsmouth, New Hampshire/The Music Hall
Sept. 2: Ridgefield, Connecticut/Ridgefield Playhouse
Sept. 3: Huntington, New York/The Paramount
Sept. 17: Los Angeles, California/Pantages Theater (w/Train)
Sept. 19: Reno, Nevada/Grand Sierra Resort & Casino
Sept. 20: Santa Rosa, California/Wells Fargo Center for the Arts
Sept. 21: Modesto, California/Gallo Center for the Arts
Sept. 22: San Francisco, California/Masonic Center (w/Train)
Sept. 23: Arcata, California/John Van Duzer Theatre
Sept. 25: New York, New York/Radio City Music Hall (w/Train)
Sept. 26: Thousand Oaks, California/Kavli Theater
Sept. 28: San Diego, California/Humphrey’s