Old Dominion's third studio album is due out this fall. The country band announced the big news on Good Morning America on Monday morning (July 8).

Old Dominion's third album will be a self-titled project, and is scheduled for release on Oct. 25. The project will include, among other songs, the band's current single, "One Man Band," which they performed on the TV morning news show. The Boot will update this story with more information when it's made available.

Old Dominion will arrive just over two years after the release of their sophomore album, Happy Endings, which dropped in August of 2017. The band released their first album, Meat and Candy, in 2015, after getting their start in country music as songwriters.

The reigning ACM Group of the Year, Old Dominion have been on the road since the start of 2019 for their Make It Sweet Tour. Currently, the trek is scheduled to extend into the first few days of 2020, after zig-zagging across the U.S. and taking the band overseas to Germany, England, Scotland and more.

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