Selenators rejoice! Selena Gomez has revealed the name of her coming album, and it is quite interesting. Fans have gone crazy over the news that the “Come & Get It” singer shared on her Instagram.

Gomez, 23, posted a video on Instagram that shows her writing the word “Revival” on a notepad in a studio. The songstress also wrote "10.9," suggesting that the album will be released on Oct. 9. Her latest single from the album, "Good for You," can be heard in the backdrop of the video.

Though Gomez has not revealed more details about the album, her voice coach Stevie Mackey said in a previous interview that the latest album will be based on her life experiences and will have mature content. “Selena’s voice sounds amazing, and her album will be much different than the Disney sound she’s done in the past,” Mackey told Hollywood Life. “This album will be more adult, more feminine and more about Selena’s experiences,” he said, adding that Gomez recorded “lot of new songs” for the album and “sounds beautiful.”

“Revival 10.9” will be a follow-up to her 2013 solo studio album, “Stars Dance.” The album was huge success and also debuted at No. 1 spot on the U.S. Billboard 200. The song "Come & Get It" remained on the top of the charts from many weeks.

Before going solo, Gomez released three studio albums -- “Kiss & Tell” (2009), “A Year Without Rain” (2010) and “When the Sun Goes Down” (2011), with her band Selena Gomez & the Scene. Gomez talked about working on her album on Google Hangout (via E!) back in May. She told her fans that she was in Mexico to record the album and is very happy with the outcome. “But just know that it's the best that I've ever done, and you guys won't be disappointed. I wish I could play it for you now, but I can't."