I love Rascal Flatts and they have never ever disappointed me in the past as a decade of their hits goes.
I was lucky enough to see them, gratis, at 100 Club back in 2008. A band that normally performs in big stadiums was equally as engaging on a smaller scale and brilliant live. Unfortunately their music has not catched on here, I don't know why, even after the Abbey Road sessions.
Now that they have left Lyric Street (closure) and joined Big Machine, they are veering on, forgive me for saying this, Adult Contemporary Country.
This album showcases some new guitar riffs, sweet sing-a-long melodies and nobody can falter Gary LeVox's distinctive and most recognisable voices in new country.
Favourite tracks are Sunday Afternoon, Play, Red Camaro and the title track. In a world of reality music shows, manufactured bands and regurgitated music, Rascal Flatts, for me, is a refreshing break from the British Charts.