Olivia Rodrigo already has a title and “a few songs” for her next album

She revealed the details for the follow up to last year's smash 'SOUR' in an interview with Billboard.

Olivia Rodrigo already has a title for her next album, the star has revealed in an interview with Billboard.

Speaking in an interview after being named the US title’s Woman of the Year, Olivia explained: “I have a title for my next album and a few songs. It’s really exciting to think about the next world that’s coming up for me. I just love writing songs. I’m trying not to put too much pressure on myself. [I want to] just sort of explore and have fun right now.”

She goes on to reveal that “the craziness of ‘Sour’ being out in the world” has brought her and her collaborator Dan Nigro “closer together.”

“I trust him so much,” she continues, “and really enjoy the music we’ve been making.”

Recently, Olivia announced a new concert film, driving home 2 u (a Sour film), which is set to drop on Dinsey+ next month.

The film will feature Olivia taking a road trip from Salt Lake City to LA, stopping off on the way to perform songs from her debut album in locations including the Mojave Airplane Boneyard, Roy’s Motel & Café, Arcosanti, and the Red Rock Canyon State Park.

It’ll also feature guests including Jacob Collier, Blu DeTiger and Towa Bird.

driving home 2 u (a Sour film) is set for release on 25th March. You can check out a trailer below.

Olivia Rodrigo is taking former Dork cover star Baby Queen on tour with her later this year. The UK and Ireland dates – in support of Olivia’s debut album ‘Sour’ – will kick off on 29th June in Cork, Ireland, and includes two nights at London’s Event Apollo.

29 Cork, Ireland – Live At The Marquee
30 Dublin, Ireland – Fairview Park

02 Glasgow, UK – O2 Academy Glasgow
03 Manchester, UK – O2 Apollo Manchester
04 Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy Birmingham
06 London, UK – Eventim Apollo
07 London, UK – Eventim Apollo

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