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Post Malone teases album release date, covers Sublime at Bud Light gig

He also played a new song in-full for the first time.

August 6, 2019
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Post Malone finally revealed when fans can expect the new album and played a brand new song in-full from it live. 

All of the news was announced last night at a show sponsored by Bud Light. 

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To backtrack, Posty recently teased us that his next album is ready to go. 

Headlining Wyoming’s Cheyenne Frontiers Days Festival, Post announced to the crowd that his next album is officially done.

According to Billboard, Post revealed that he had been hard at work in the studio in an effort to finish the project.

“I’ve got some pretty awesome news,” he told the crowd. “And the reason my voice is kinda fucked is because I was in the studio for the last three days and we just finished up the new album, and I think it’s gonna be pretty goddamn out of sight.”

You can catch a video of the announcement below!


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Then, Post Malone was announced to headline the Bud Light Dive Bar Tour in New York City for the second year in a row. It took place last night. 

He performed as part of the series last year in Nashville and performed a new song, which he did this year. But we knew that was going to happen thanks to some teasing from the beer company. 

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They also teased that he would be playing the new song in full before the show. The new track is called “Circles” and Bud Light tweeted a 30-second snippet of it. It sounds like a song about a lover that just won’t commit, and what it’s like to wait around for them. 

Listen to that below. 

Now, we finally got to hear the whole thing.

“It comes to the point of the show that I’m most nervous about as last year I played ‘Stay’ and this year, I get to perform for the first fucking time a song off the new album called ‘Circles’ that comes out fucking next week,” he said before playing it. “It’s a little fucking different, it’s got a fat groove and I cant wait for you all to hear it.” 

You can see some clips from the show below.


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Posty’s new song “Circles”! #postmalone (via @budlight & @ipostaustin)

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Posts performing ‘Rockstar‘ at @budlight in New York ? @postmalone @richfury #postmalone #posty #budlight

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He also covered “Santeria” with Sublime with Rome, who performed alongside him at the show. Check that out below.


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Ready for the goosebumps?? #postmalone & @sublimewithrome play #SANTERIA #sublime

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Then, the big news came — he revealed when the album is coming.

“My third album will be coming out in September,” Post said.”And I think you guys are gonna like it very, very, very much.” See that announcement below.

You can watch the full stream from the show below.

We cannot wait to hear Post’s next record after hearing how amazing “Circles” sounds. 

More Post Malone news

Post Malone is proving he’s the rightful owner of the Bud Light Knight helmet this week with not only a partnership for new music but also a limited merch line.

The rapper spoke with Complex about the new stuff in collaboration with Bud Light and the Dive Bar show. 

“It’s cool to be able to grow my relationship with Bud Light and collaborate on a merch collection with them,” Post told Complex. “Feels good to give the fans something that represents a good-ass time.”

The limited-edition merch line is available starting Aug 5 on Post Malone’s online store. It’s going to include unisex pieces drawing influence from some of Post’s favorite things and Bud Light’s history with music-centric experiences.

Items range from $10 to $250 and include everything from crop tees to jackets. According to a Bud representative, select pieces will also have teasers for his new album cover and unreleased lyrics.

What do you think of Post Malone releasing his album next month? Sound off in the comments down below!

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Written by Alex Darus