Rascall Flatts Announce New Album Release


Early in March, Rascal Flatts made a huge announcement their fans were dying to here: they will be releasing a brand-new album titled “Back to Us” on 19 May, 2017. This will be the group’s 10th studio album and their first full-length album since “Rewind” in 2014.

The album’s name comes from the title soundtrack, but reflects the way the band reminisced while creating the album.

Before their exciting announcement, the band first performed one of the album’s songs, “Yours if You Want It” on “The Ellen Degeneres Show,” then released it to the public. Now it’s available for download on iTunes.

After their performance on “The Ellen Degeneres Show,” they talked about the new album. DeMarcus told Degeneres that the album title also holds a “feeling that has been building around this new music.”

According to The Boot, LeVox added, “This time around, the three of us have been able to really focus and work together on what we want to say at this point in our careers. We’ve all been so energized by the process of making this album, and we still have a lot more music to make.”

If you are as excited about this new album as the rest of us, you’ll be happy to know that you can already pre-order copies of it. Signed CDs, as well as digital downloads, are available so that you don’t miss a moment of the new album.

Over the years, Rascal Flatts has had quite a bit of success. They have several albums with platinum-selling success and tons of number one hits. They’ve also created a couple live albums, collaborated with many other country artists, and have made guest appearances on several television shows. The band has also been the recipient of numerous awards over the years.

They just wrapped up a tour in 2016 where they traveled with Kelsea Ballerini and Chris Lane. If you want to catch the band live this year, they are heading up several events this summer. You can check out their full list of events on their website.


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