"I feel like I've been keeping a secret for two years that I finally get to tell," Kelsea admits. "I've never been more proud as I am of this record, the story it tells, and the heart my friends and I put into it.''
The album marks the latest chapter of Kelsea's musical story. After the US Top 5 release of her 2015 debut, The First Time, the girl from Knoxville, Tennessee, saw her first three singles – Love Me Like You Mean It, Peter Pan and Dibs – reach number one, a feat never before achieved by a female in country music history. Her fourth single, Yeah Boy, achieved gold status and rose to number three on Billboard's Country Airplay chart.