Gloriana's new album, A Thousand Miles Left Behind, is out this week featuring the biggest hit of their career so far, "(Kissed You) Good Night." The new project was actually finished last summer when band member Cheyenne Kimball suddenly left the group. The remaining members went back in the studio and retooled the album as a result.
Gloriana's Mike Gossin tells ABC News Radio, "It was cool because we kind of got to do a second draft, which nobody gets to do."
That round of recording only took three days, but the trio's Rachel Reinert thinks having three voices instead of four really opened up Gloriana's sound. She says, "You could just really hear each and every individual voice, and we're really excited about it."
The group also used acoustic instruments for a rootsy feel this time around. Gloriana's Tom Gossin has an interesting way of describing the vibe of the record: "If this album was a grocery store, it would be Whole Foods. It's that organical."
Gloriana will promote A Thousand Miles Left Behind with a Friday morning performance on Fox News' Fox & Friends All-American Summer Concert Series.
Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio