Kelsea Ballerini is getting ready to release another album.
The “HEARTFIRST” singer announced Wednesday (Jul. 13) that her fourth studio LP, SUBJECT TO CHANGE will drop on Sept. 23.
Ballerini revealed the cover art for her latest project in a video posted to social media.
“In my younger years, the idea of change scared me. It had proven to be a faceless force that patterned my past with uncertainty,” Ballerini narrated the video. “Only in the gift of growth have I learned that in the stark and constant juxtaposition of life, living happens. That when I unclench my fists, un-dig my heels, and unravel the architecture built by youth, a true metamorphosis can happen. I’ve been searching somewhere between the broadness of the universe and the simplicity in the little things, reflecting through wiser perspectives, leaning with body weight into matters of the heart, and finding blissful acceptance in the inner cracks I once cursed that now let the light in to grow taller within myself. This is a season of becoming, healing, loving, dancing, and feeling. And like everything, it is subject to change,” she continued.
In addition to announcing her new album, Ballerini also shared SUBJECT TO CHANGE track, “LOVE IS A COWBOY” and its accompanying visualizer video with fans.
Ballerini’s album announcement follows the music video for SUBJECT TO CHANGE lead single, “HEARTFIRST.” The rom-com-esque, dream sequence video for Ballerini’s breezy, ’90s country-leaning track premiered on Jul. 7.
Fans can pre-order or pre-save SUBJECT TO CHANGE now.
Check out the full track list for SUBJECT TO CHANGE:
- “SUBJECT TO CHANGE”
- “THE LITTLE THINGS”
- “I CAN’T HELP MYSELF”
- “IF YOU GO DOWN (I’M GOIN’ DOWN TOO)”
- “LOVE IS A COWBOY”
- “MUSCLE MEMORY”
- “I GUESS THEY CALL IT FALLIN’”
- “WALK IN THE PARK
- “YOU’RE DRUNK, GO HOME”
- “DOIN’ MY BEST”
- “WHAT I HAVE”
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