After more than a decade away, actress and singer Mandy Moore is returning to music to release her seventh studio album.
The 35-year-old announced on Twitter her newest album “Silver Landings” will be released on March 6.
“It feels so good to be stepping assuredly into this next chapter of my life as a woman and performer, with an album of songs I couldn’t be more thrilled with or ready to share,” she wrote.
Moore originally shot to fame at the start of the Y2K when her 1999 hit “Candy” took to the charts. She quickly joined the conversations of the other pop princesses of her time including Jessica Simpson, Christina Aguilera and Brittney Spears.
While releasing music, Moore also began her acting career in 2001 with a voice role in the feature film “Dr.Dolittle 2” before making her debut as character Lana in “The Princess Diaries” starring Anne Hathaway.
From that point forward, Moore has starred in many notable projects including “A Walk to Remember,” “Chasing Liberty,” “Racing Stripes,” “Because I said So” as well as voicing Rapunzel in Disney’s animated feature “Tangled.”
In recent years, Moore has received recognition for her multi-aged portrayal of main character Rebecca Pearson in the dramatic NBC series “This Is Us.” For her performance in the show, she’s been nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. She also won two Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.
Moore’s highest charting album “Coverage” was released in 2003 and reached number 14 on the charts.