It's been almost two years since Miranda Lambert released her No.1 album, 'Four the Record,' but according to the singer's Twitter feed, it seems that fans won't have to wait much longer for a new set of tunes.

Lambert shared the news in a tweet last week.

A few days later, she added the following

 

Finally, she got her husband, Blake Shelton, in on the action.

 

She may be the reigning ACM Female Vocalist of the Year, but the songstress admits she still gets uneasy every time she works on a new project.

“I freak out every time. I’m like a basket case when it’s time to make a record,” she insists. “I get so nervous as to ‘Is this gonna work? Is this gonna be the album that stops selling, that stops getting nominated?’ I know that I can’t live like that. I can’t do my whole career like that. But it definitely crosses my mind.”

The singer-songwriter, who wrote six of the 14 songs on 'Four the Record,' says she at least had a clear focus when she was picking tunes for the new album. “I think I’m just gonna have fun because I’ve been serious a lot,” Lambert explains. “I’ve written songs about killing people and sad songs, and I really want to do a tour that’s just a lot of fun, so I want to do an album with more fun songs.”

Lambert is still on the road with Dierks Bentley, on their Locked & Reloaded tour, which heads to St. Louis and Chicago this week. See all of their remaining shows here.