Shawn Mendes' Handwritten album dropped back in April and gave us one of the premiere jams of 2015, "Stitches," a tune that even Taylor Swift -- who Shawn opened for on her massive 1989 World Tour -- is a fan of. (Remember when she also remembered his birthday onstage?)
Shawn, an Artist To Watch alum, has been touring behind Handwritten for most of this year, but he's also been writing. In fact, he's written four brand-new songs in that time -- all of which will be included on Handwritten Revisited, a re-release of the album due out Nov. 20.
"I'm so excited to be able to share new songs on Handwritten Revisited both as a thank you to my fans and also to show my progression over the last year," Shawn recently told MTV News. "I wrote all of the new songs over the past few months on the road, and they really speak to where I am right now as a songwriter. I've already performed a few of them live, like "Act Like You Love Me" and "Memories," and can't wait until people can hear the recordings of those finally."
In addition to "Act Like You Love Me" and "Memories" and the two other new tunes (one of which is called "Running Low" and the other is a surprise), Handwritten Revisited will contain five live cuts from songs off of the original album, all taken from the 17-year-old singer's show at the Greek Theater in LA in August. "Kid in Love," "I Don't Even Know Your Name," "Strings," "Aftertaste" and "A Little Too Much" will all be included as live versions.
This news comes just a few days after Shawn stopped by the roof of Radio City Music Hall in New York for a surprise pop-up concert.
Handwritten Revisited is out Nov. 20 on Island Records.