The U.K. songstress is set to deliver her latest LP this summer.
Grammy Award-winning soul singer Joss Stone has been out of the limelight since her last release, 2009's Colour Me Free, but this summer, Stone is planning a comeback, recently announcing her fifth album, LP1.
The 24-year-old Brit worked with the co-founder of the seminal '80s band the Eurythmics, Dave Stewart, on the new record and says in a statement that it was the most fun she's ever had making an album. The two reportedly finished recording after six days in Nashville.
LP1 is scheduled to drop on July 26 and will be released by Stone's own record label, Stone'd Records, in partnership with independent record company Surf Dog.