The CD is to drop July 22.
Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush co-wrote all 13 tracks and have teamed with Byron Gallimore again to produce.
The duo is to premiere the album's debut single "All I Want To Do" live on the Academy of Country Music awards show Sunday.
The new single will ship digitally to radio stations across the country immediately following their performance, the label said.
"We've been playing some of the new songs during our live shows," Nettles said in a statement. "The fans have been so responsive. We couldn't wait to get the whole album to them. I am more excited about this album than any other that I've recorded thus far. It is special to us and has a lot of emotion, heart, laughter, tears and love on the inside."
"It is a recording full of love," Bush added. "It's in the strings and wood of the instruments, in the vocal chords, in the hearts that beat behind them and in the words that flood out through them into microphones."
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