Lucy Hale Announces Deluxe Version of Debut Album “Road Between”

Excitement is ramping up for the release of Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale’s debut country album, Road Between. Lucy and her team released the album art and track list last week, and have revealed a deluxe version of the project available on iTunes and Amazon.

The deluxe album features 16 tracks, including three bonus songs and two live acoustic performances. The deluxe version is available for pre-order now. Fans who opt in early will receive immediate downloads of the single “You Sound Good to Me” as well as “Goodbye Gone.”

Or if you’d rather just wait to enjoy the excitement of picking it up in the store, Road Between—which includes Lucy’s single “You Sound Good to Me”—will officially be released June 3.

Road Between track list:

  1. “You Sound Good To Me,” written by Ashley Gorley, Luke Laird, Hillary Lindsey
  2. “From The Backseat,” written by Mike Daly, Jimmy Robbins, Nicolle Clawson
  3. “Nervous Girls,” written by Hillary Lindsey, Tom Douglas, James Slater
  4. “Red Dress,” written by Todd Sherman Clark, Jessica Lee Mitchell
  5. “Goodbye Gone,” written by J.T. Harding, Melissa Peirce, Andy Dodd
  6. “Kiss Me,” written by Mike Daly, Chris DeStefano, Ashley Gorley, Lindy Robbins
  7. “Road Between,” written by Melissa Peirce, Mike Daly
  8. “Lie a Little Better,” written by Melissa Peirce, Mike Daly, Chris DeStefano
  9. “That’s What I Call Crazy,” written by Ashley Gorley, Chris DeStefano, Kacey Musgraves
  10. “Love Tonight,” written by Lucie Silvas, Jeremy Spillman, Jonathan Ian Green
  11. “Just Another Song,” written by Mike Daly, Lucy Hale, Catt Gravitt

Deluxe version includes:

“My Little Black Wedding Dress”
“Feels Like Home”
“Loved”
“Kiss Me” (live acoustic)
“Road Between” (live acoustic)

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