FAITH HILL'S EMOTIONAL NEW ALBUM

Three years after Faith Hill's blockbuster album, "Breathe," her newest project "Cry" is on the way.

"I had a lot of time to make this record," says Faith. "It took a year and a half. But with everything that's been going on the last few months, it didn't feel like I had that much time."

The tracks on Faith's new project are all about emotion -- but don't go thinking that because the album is called "Cry," it's all sadness.

"I don't think that crying means sadness," says Faith. "It's just an emotion that we have and for me, it was the most appropriate title."

Look for "Cry" in stores in October.

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