NEW ORLEANS, LA - APRIL 26: Singer Robin Thicke performs onstage during the 2014 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival at Fair
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Fresh off the heels of debuting his new single "Get Her Back" at the Billboard Music Awards earlier this weekRobin Thicke announced his new (as of yet untitled) album will arrive on July 1. The set is his seventh (!) studio album and follows up his 2013 breakout Blurred Lines, which of course spawned the ubiquitous single "Blurred Lines." 

While Thicke certainly spent most of 2013 in the public eye, he also split from his partner of 20 years, Paula Patton. Earlier this year, he made clear his intentions of getting her back by covering Al Green's classic "Let's Stay Together." And the general consensus is that his new single, "Get Her Back," is another attempt at wooing the actress back. The lines are definitely not blurry.  

Check out Thicke's announcement below, which he posted on Instagram earlier today: