Weird Al Announces New Album via Twitter, Out July 15th

Evan Petersen

by Evan Petersen

Published June 15, 2014


Accordion-toting parody master Weird Al Yankovic hasn't released a new polka-packed sendup of popular music since 2011's Alpocalypse, but he announced via Twitter that he's got a brand new album coming out next month.

The comedian hasn't provided any details on the album's content just yet, but as Stereogum points out, there will likely be parodies of Iggy Azalea and an unidentified band of which Patton Oswalt is a fan.

The album is also notable as being the only one left on his current record contract, but that's not to say it will be his final record. In a lengthy blog post last year, he stated that he is weighing his options and may focus on a digital distribution model following this release, but he was quick to debunk headlines calling the upcoming album his last.

Stay tuned to Zumic as the new record's official artwork and tracklist are announced. For more music, news, and videos, check out Weird Al's Zumic artist page.

Source: Weird Al Twitter

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