Everyone is saying the same thing about Olivia Rodrigo's debut album

Daniella Scott
·2-min read
Photo credit: Olivia Rodrigo - Instagram
Photo credit: Olivia Rodrigo - Instagram

If, like us, you have had 'Drivers License' playing on repeat since it's release back in January this year you'll have been very excited to hear that we finally have some details about Olivia Rodrigo's debut album, Sour, and people are all saying the same thing about the track list.

Rodrigo's debut single 'Drivers License' sent us all slightly wild a few months ago and set her up on a trajectory to mega-stardom, so news of her debut album, Sour, has got everyone very excited. After many weeks of waiting we finally have the album artwork, which shows Rodrigo with 3D stickers all over her face (remember how great those puffy stickers were?), and four stickers on her tongue spelling out the album name, Sour.

Along with the album cover Rodrigo also released the track list, and it's got fans all saying the exact same thing, namely that once it's released this album will prompt an entire summer of tears because this looks like the break-up album of the year, maybe even the decade.

Including Drivers License, the album includes songs such as 'Traitor', 'Good 4 u', 'Jealousy Jealousy' and 'hope ur ok'. And if that doesn't scream wall-to-wall break up tunes, I don't know what does.

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Fans almost instantly took to Twitter to say the same thing, and also share their excitement over the new album, which is set to be released on May 21st.

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Well, we are very ready to spend the summer sobbing.

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