The album will be hitting the shelves (we assume CD's still exist) on 26 November.
We are yet to hear what lead single 'Troublemaker' sounds like (sort it out Olly!) but with Flo Rida's guest credit, we are expecting a somewhat different direction from the cheeky chappy.
What hasn't changed, thankfully, is Olly's trademark style.
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Donning a white shirt and braces on the cover art of the album, Olly has allowed himself some comfort by wearing a pair of uncharacteristically loose fitting trousers.
Well, loose in comparison to the stills from his new video 'Troublemaker'.
The 'Please Don't Let Me Go' singer squeezed into the tightest pair of chinos we have ever seen.
Luckily for little Murs, Olly has since decided to allow him some room to breathe.
Talking about the album, Olly admitted that the title pretty much sums up the current state of his vastly successful career.
He said: "Right Place Right Time as a title sums up my career to this point. I've worked hard in everything I've done, doing what's felt right, and everything has fit into place."
"It sums up the sentiment for this whole album."