In an interview with Billboard, he talks about the new project:
"I'm kind of excited -- actually, the most excited I've been in a long time. (The songs are) a little more Americana. I don't want to say rootsy, but I think it's more 'me' than the last record was. The overall goal this time was to go in and have fun."Uncle Kracker collaborated on the new songs with J.T. Harding and Shane McAnally, who co-wrote Kenny Chesney's latest country chart-topper, "Somewhere with You." Keith Stegall will be producing. And Uncle Kracker said the as-yet-untitled project is under the gun to record quickly, in order for him to hit the road supporting Chesney starting March 17 in West Palm Beach, FL.
"I've never really been in the process where I had a second single still at radio and I started writing to record," he explained. "It's pretty calculated, I guess, probably the most organized I've ever been. Me and organized in the same sentence -- that's weird."