As summer winds down, a new school year begins — as does a new battle for the top of the charts. And where new September 2017 albums are concerned, it'll be a battle between former Disney stars, enduring country acts and dream pop prodigies.

Next month, Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato will square off in the battle of Disney princesses-gone-pop stars: Cyrus' Younger Now, her sixth studio album and Lovato's Tell Me You Love Me, also her sixth full-length work, will both drop on September 29. May the best woman win...

September will also mark the comeback of country breakthrough Shania Twain, whose Now, her fifth studio album, will serve as her first release in 15 years. And fellow country icon Dolly Parton will shake things up with the release of I Believe in You, her first album intended for children.

See more of what September 2017 has in store below!

September 1:
Anthony Callea, ARIA Number 1 Hits in Symphony
LCD Soundsystem, American Dream
The Script, Freedom Child

September 8:
Anna of the North, Lovers
Jack Johnson, All The Light Above it Too
Kip Moore, Slowheart
Living Colour, Shade
The National, Sleep Well Beast
Susanne Sundfor, Music for People in Trouble
Thomas Rhett, Life Changes
Tori Amos, Native Invader

September 15:
Anastacia, Evolution
Ariel Pink, Dedicated to Bobby Jameson
Foo Fighters, Concrete and Gold
Galantis, The Aviary
Gucci Mane, Mr. Davis
Madonna, Rebel Heart Tour
Ringo Starr, Give More Love
Wyclef Jean, The Carnival Vol. III: The Fall & Rise of a Refugee

September 22:
Fergie, Double Dutchess
The Killers, Wonderful Wonderful
Macklemore, Gemini

September 29:
Demi Lovato, Tell Me You Love Me
Dolly Parton, I Believe in You
Echosmith, Inside a Dream
Miley Cyrus, Younger Now
Shania Twain, Now

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