The follow-up to 2003's The Curse Of Blondie is titled Panic Of Girls, the band's official website has confirmed.
"Blondie's forthcoming studio album Panic Of Girls is coming soon. You can hear some of the new songs during Blondie's summer tour," a statement read.
Drummer Clem Burke told Billboard: "We tried to make the recording process as organic as possible and tried to stay away from programming as much as we could, because [The Curse of Blondie] had a lot of programming on it. So in the spirit of Woodstock, we kept going in the studio and playing.
"Everyone in the band contributed songs... We've switched out a few people in the band, so the creative dynamic has changed a little bit."
Keyboard player Jimmy Destri was reportedly planning to be part of the album but has not contributed to the final release.
Around 14 of the 35 songs recorded by the band will be featured on the album, with some of the extra tracks potentially being made available online. Songs previewed at recent live shows have included 'What I Heard', 'The End' and 'Mother'.