Leonard Cohen is preparing to become the Manoel De Oliveira of the music world (in case you don't know him, he's the Portuguese film director that still works despite being 105 years old), and that's totally fine with us.

The follow-up to his 2012 album Old Ideas is set for a release this autumn, and is reportedly set to coincide with his 80th birthday (he turns 80 on September 21st). Popular Problems will be the Canadian musician's 13th studio album and will contain 100% new material: "Leonard has worked hard on his next studio album of entirely new songs," wrote Jarkko Arjatsalo, who runs Cohen's official website.

No tour plans have been unveiled yet.