One Republic’s Ryan Tedder Shares Plans For An Album In 2020
One good news that we are getting before the new year even starts is that One Republic is giving us an album in 2020. Ryan Tedder and his band members recently held a concert in partnership with Enterprise in California in November. It was during that time that Ryan spoke with People and revealed the band’s plan to release their fifth album.
One Republic Fifth Album Titled “Human”
“One Republic Daily”, a Twitter fan account first revealed the details of the new album. Titled “Human”. In the video (linked below) Ryan Tedder is saying that the new album will have 8 to 9 songs:
— OneRepublic Daily (@1Rdaily) September 15, 2019
He mentioned that a few singles will release sometime before the album. Speaking of which, we already have “Rescue Me” and “Wanted” out now on the website.
Later, Ryan spoke with People and shared further details of the album. One Republic’s lead vocalist explained that they originally wanted to release the album by the end of 2019. However, seeing how the ending weeks get busy with Thanksgiving and Christmas, it was impossible for them.
“Originally, we were like, ‘Let’s do it November.’ And then we realized that we were gone for three out of the next four weeks, and it was physically impossible to finish an album in the timeframe that we thought we needed it.”
One Republic star then added that the next album is planned for April or May. Tedder strengthened this by adding that their 2020 Tour is starting in summer. Hence, they will definitely have a new album before Memorial Day.
It seems as if things have started to work out for Tedder and the band. A couple of years ago, One Republic spoke about Ryan Tedder’s deteriorating emotional health. Ryan revealed that he was on the verge of a mental breakdown due to the constant work schedule. It was during that time the singer immediately called his manager to ‘pull the plug’ over everything planned during that year.
One Republic’s famous songs include Apologize, Counting Stars, If I Lose Myself, and Love Runs Out.