Plenty of well-known musicians are dropping new Albums in September 2017. LCD Soundsystem, The Script, Foo Fighters, Macklemore, Miley Cyrus -- heck, even Ringo Starr is coming out with new music. Additionally, Ne-Yo and Sam Smith are rumored to be close to new music releases in the coming month. If that happens, all bets are off. Until then, these are the top four album releases to look forward to next month.

4. 'Life Changes' - Thomas Rhett

The country music star has some cross-genre potential. He already has a major hit on the new album with "Craving You," which features Maren Morris.

"Unforgettable" has also been a successful single. His name isn't as well known as some of his contemporary stars, but it's getting there. It's only a matter of time before his life really begins changing. Thomas Rhett's third album arrives on September 8, 2017.

3. 'Tell Me You Love Me' - Demi Lovato

"Sorry Not Sorry" -- while catchy -- is not the most unique song concept in human history. After all, Justin Bieber and Beyonce had similar hit songs very recently. Nevertheless, it feels like Lovato is ready to take hold of her own narrative once and for all. She began to move in a very empowering direction on "Confident." Unbelievably, this will be her sixth studio album, even though she only turned 25 just last week.

"Tell Me You Love Me" will be released on September 29, 2017.

2. 'All the Light Above It Too' - Jack Johnson

The man who penned "Banana Pancakes" and "Better Together" may never truly reach that peak again, but there's no harm in trying. His latest album is the seventh of his career, but the first since 2013's "From Here to Now to You." He is said to have been inspired by issues of pollution and days at sea, creating what could be a very mellow but powerful record.

"All the Light Above It Too" shines through on September 8, 2017.

1. 'Wonderful Wonderful' - The Killers

The Killers don't seem to make a lot of music for the masses these days, but they somehow churn out some of the best songs for entire generations, from "Mr. Brightside" to "Human." The first single from the band's first studio album in over five years doesn't carry that same impact, but despite the lackluster single "The Man," critics are already hailing "Wonderful Wonderful" as one of the best albums from the band. Everyone else will get a chance to determine just how wonderful the record is when it's released on September 22, 2017.