Mandy Moore doesn't have a new beau (that we know of), but she does have a new baby.
Her latest album, Amanda Leigh, is set to hit stores May 26.
The sweet-like-candy starlet titled the album after her given name and was inspired by such artists as Joni Mitchell and Todd Rundgren.
"We're trying to do a '70s Southern California/Laurel Canyon vibe," she told E! News in December. She also joked that a coffeehouse tour was in the works.
Amanda Leigh, whose tracks include "Everblue," "Nothing Everything" and "Song About Home," marks the debut release for Storefront Recordings, founded by Moore’s longtime manager, Jon Leshay, and RED Distribution.
"I’m connected to these songs and how they came to fruition in a way I’ve never been able to articulate before," says the 24-year-old, whose previous outing was 2007's Wild Hope.