Meghan Trainor’s third studio album still on hold, but EP ‘The Love Train’ releasing on Friday

Meghan Trainor's third studio album still on hold
Photo Meghan Trainor/Instagram
While Meghan Trainor’s third studio album is still a no show, a 6-track EP will release this week

Meghan Trainor‘s third studio album was supposed to release last August. Then it didn’t. A new date was set for January, 2019, but that date has also come and gone with no word yet from Trainor as to when her new album will be released.

But, not one to disappoint fans if she does not have to, Trainor just announced a surprise EP release for Friday, February 8th.

The six-track EP will be called The Love Train, and will include five completely new tracks. The only song we have already heard is ‘All The Ways‘.

As for Meghan Trainor’s third studio album, fans should not really be surprised it is being delayed yet again.

After all, the 25-year-old Trainor just got married on December 22nd last year to actor Daryl Sabara.

She has also said she has been writing so many songs in the last year or so, she wants to put off releasing a new album until she has all those songs out of her head.

The album itself has been removed from all pre-order locations, and also from her website.

With both her debut album Title, and follow up Thank You garnering such massive worldwide success, you cannot really blame the singer songwriter for wanting her best work to appear on her upcoming third album Treat Myself.

Until the Friday release of The Love Train, you can listen to ‘All The Ways‘, and join Meghan Trainor’s mailing list via her website to keep up to date on any new music releases.

The track list for The Love Train is as follows:

1. All The Ways
2. Marry Me
3. I’m Down
4. After You
5. Foolish
6. Good Mornin’ (feat. Trainor’s father Gary Trainor)

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About Michelle Topham

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