Summer is a great time to be alive. All that extra sunlight throughout the day helps diminish the effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder, the songs on the radio are significantly more upbeat and everything is just a little more colorful and bright. Album releases typically follow suit, with pop artists releasing serious jams in order to be a contender for Song of the Summer. But why settle for song of summer when you can have the album of the summer, right?

This June, a slew of artists are set to release some killer albums -- or at least "killer" is what we're all hoping for, anyway. Florence + the Machine's third studio album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful and Major Lazer's Peace Is the Mission kicked the month off in a huge way as both albums were released today (June 1). Jason Derulo's Everything Is 4 is out tomorrow (June 2), and if the rest of the album is half as catchy as its lead single "Want to Want Me," we'll probably overplay it before the month is over.

Adam Lambert's The Original High is set for a June 9 release, while Giorgio Moroder's Deja Vu comes out on June 12. Newcomer Tori Kelly sees her debut album drop on June 23.

Meanwhile, both Hilary Duff and Carly Rae Jepsen are making their long-awaited returns to music, with Breathe In. Breathe Out. and  E·MO·TION, respectively, both out later this month. Finally, with the only EP on this list, Bonnie McKee's Bombastic hits stores on June 30.

We compiled a tidy list of some of the more buzzed-about album releases spanning the month of June, so you can decide which one you're most looking forward to hearing. Vote in the poll below to let us know your pick!

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