Kayla Adams has released her debut single, 'Sober & Sorry,' via SSM Entertainment.

The country newcomer got the inspiration for the single, which highlights a woman scorned, from her experience with a past relationship.

"Kerosene in my truck, been waiting all year to burn somethin' up / You're out with the guys, well that ain't no surprise / I'm tired of waiting by the phone, gonna have a little party of my own / You'll wake up sober and sorry," she sings.

"I didn't burn his house down, but I wanted to," she says. "Instead, I just walked away."

Adams wrote 'Sober & Sorry' with Billy Atherhold and Pete Nanney. The single was produced by Marlon Dean Scallan and features JT Corenflos on electric guitar; Mark Burchfield on bass; drummer Steve Brewster; Wanda Vick on dobro, mandolin and banjo; guitarist Mike Payne and Jeff Roach on keys.

Adams recently performed the song at Renegade Radio Nashville's third anniversary party during CMA Music festival. She has been on a radio tour to promote the single, visiting New York, Arkansas, Kentucky and Tennessee.