Dev fans looking forward to the release of her debut album, 'The Night The Sun Came Up,' next week on Sept. 20 will be sorely disappointed by the news that the due date has been pushed back over a month.

Universal Republic and Indie Pop unveiled an official statement today which outlines the new release date as Nov. 1. Despite Dev's fears that announcing her pregnancy would derail the project, the statement cites a desire for perfection as the reason for the delay. It reads, "In order to expand the full album track-listing, Dev did not resist the impulse to go back into the studio recently with production duo the Cataracs to flesh out new ideas and round out this album as it nears release."

Although, the official press release does make mention to the bun in Dev's oven. "The expectant mother is eager to add a few new songs that reflect her recent experiences which she succinctly sums up as 'crazy, fun and unforgettable,'" Universal and Indie Pop promise.

Dev's most recent single, 'In the Dark,' which followed her successful dance track, 'Bass Down Low,' is currently making waves worldwide. Come Nov. 1, Dev hopes that 'The Night The Sun Came Up' will do the same.