Mark your calendars, you guys, because Ashley Tisdale has finally announced the release date for her much anticipated new album! Symptoms will hit stands May 3, 2019, which means we’re only weeks away from a ton of new bops from the High School Musical actress. Um, we’re freaking out!

And that’s not all! The 33-year-old even gave us a sneak peak of the tracklist, which she shared to her Instagram Stories on Thursday, April 11.

Ashley Tisdale Symptoms Tracklist

The songs are called “Symptoms, “Looking Glass,” “Love Me or Let Me Go,” “Insomnia,” “Vibrations,” “Under Pressure,” “True Romance,” “Voices In My Head” and “Feeling So Good.” If there’s one thing that we know for sure, it’s that they’re all going to be bops.

Plus, the blonde beauty also gave us a look at the album cover. Ashley’s rocking a yellow dress and a crown in the artwork, which she posted to her Instagram on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

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As J-14 readers know, Ashley hasn’t released an album since Guilty Pleasure in 2009, so fans have waited a long time for Symptoms. And after hearing Voices In My Head — the first single from the new album — back in November, it made us all even more excited. Thankfully, the wait is almost over – and we couldn’t be more excited!

Back in January, the former Disney star explained how making the new album helped her get past her anxiety and depression.

“It was just super personal,” she told Life & Style Magazine. “I mean basically, it was a different experience this time compared to my last couple albums. In the past, I sang other people’s songs and didn’t really know who I was as an artist, and when I was getting back in the studio, I was going through a lot of anxiety and I had a bit of depression.”

But although she went through a rough patch, the singer came out of it much stronger.

“It’s weird because the album became my journey going through that and coming out of it. It really reflects my journey,” she continued. “It starts from the beginning and the end is coming out of it all and surviving it, I guess.”

Wow, we just got chills. We cannot wait to hear all about her journey through her music.

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