This has been longer coming than I had hoped, and some of the harmonies have changed now that they are down Cheyenne Kimball. But instead of letting this stop them, they went for the sweeter, the deeper cut, and they got it. Yes, this is mainstream country pop, but it is sung with conviction, and the banjos, and harmonica driven tunes are comforting in a way that never becomes too cloying. This is a superbly crafted, brightly produced album that doesn't seem too overproduced, that stands up to further listens, and gives me great hope that these folks are in it for the long haul. give them a chance, and they'll take your hear along with your ears. Solid, sweet, heart tugging country.