Angaleena Presley has revealed the details for her upcoming solo album.

The singer-songwriter, who is best-known to many as one-third of the Platinum-selling Pistol Annies, is set to release 'American Middle Class' in October.

Presley wrote five of the album's 12 tracks, and co-wrote the other seven with a Who's Who of Nashville's top songwriters, including Lori McKenna, Mark D. Sanders, Matraca Berg, Sarah Siskind, Bob DiPiero, Luke Laird and Barry Dean. She co-produced the project with her husband, Jordan Powell.

The album is a concept record along the lines of Wille Nelson's classic 'Red Headed Stranger.'

“It’s like my autobiography -- each of the songs is a chapter of my life. I’ve literally lived every minute of this record,” Presley states in a press release. “My mama ain’t none too happy about me spreading my business around, but I have to do it. It’s the experience of my life from birth to now.”

Presley worked with a wide range of Nashville's most respected players for the album, and also drafted a top slate of guest vocalists, including Patty Loveless, Chris Stapleton, Emily Saliers from the Indigo Girls and even her father, Jimmy Presley, who opens the title track with a personal narrative.

She will also reveal fall tour plans soon.

“Playing live is the ultimate connection for a songwriter,” Presley says. “You get to see first-hand how your songs affect someone and I love it.”

'American Middle Class' is set for release on Oct. 14 via Slate Creek Records, in partnership with Thirty Tigers.

Angaleena Presley, 'American Middle Class' Track Listing:

1. 'Ain’t No Man'
2. 'All I Ever Wanted'
3. 'Grocery Store'
4. 'American Middle Class'
5. 'Dry County Blues'
6. 'Pain Pills'
7. 'Life of the Party'
8. 'Knocked Up'
9. 'Better Off Red'
10. 'Drunk'
11. 'Blessing and a Curse'
12. 'Surrender'

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