Katharine McPhee Announces Her New Album, “I Fall In Love Too Easily”

The former “American Idol” star’s fifth studio album is due out next month.

Are you ready to hear something different from Katharine McPhee? The singer announced that her fifth studio album, titled I Fall In Love Too Easily, is officially dropping on November 17, 2017. For this work, Katharine’s aim was to recharge ” a host of timeless romantic standards,” so we can expect to come across some swoon-worthy tracks.

“I wanted to do a record people could make out to,” Katharine said in a press statement. “It’s the most romantic music in the world. All of the songs tell stories. That’s why I love them so much.”

To celebrate this new album announcement, Katharine released her recording of the Frank Sinatra track “Night and Day.” Not only is the single release a taste of what we can expect from her full album, but it holds deep personal meaning for her.

“Night and Day’ is the song consistently sung by my mother as I was growing up,” the artist told Entertainment Weekly. “My mother by day was and still is a vocal coach and by night was performing constantly as a cabaret singer. Therefore, the slow torchy songs from the 30s and 40s were embedded in me.”

Are you looking forward to hearing Katharine’s next album (now available to pre-order and save on iTunes, Apple Music, and Spotify)? Let us know by leaving your reactions below.

Kristine Hope Kowalski

Written by Kristine Hope Kowalski

Kristine is a writer and celebrity entertainment news journalist with a specific obsession with Nickelodeon + Disney Channel shows, boy bands, K-Pop, Broadway, and international series dramas. If she's not writing or tucked away in a good book, she is most likely traveling the world and spamming her friends' Instagram feeds with photos from her adventures. Kristine has a BA in Comparative Literature from Rutgers University (2011), and an MA in Interdisciplinary Humanities and Social Thought from NYU (2013). She is currently pursuing her second Master's in Journalism at Harvard.