Cassadee Pope plots first new album in five years, ‘Stages’
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It's been a long five years since "The Voice" winner Cassadee Pope has released an album. That's all about to change on Feb. 1 as she gears up to release her second full-length album Stages.

The upcoming release will be an independent album after departing Republic Records. The 11-song album was produced by Corey Crowder and chronicles her struggles over the last several years. Now at 29, she's more confident than ever as she waded through those difficult times in her life. The new album will include "Take You Home" and her latest single "One More Red Light" which can be heard above via Nashville Sessions.

Pope is looking forward to the new year and new album after vacationing with her mother and sister. "Feeling refreshed and ready to kick 2019's ass," she wrote via Twitter with a series of pictures from their cruise together.

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Though no further details are known, fans can preorder the album now in various bundled packages that include a T-shirt, a signed album photo and digital album. Stages follows 2016's EP Summer and 2013's debut album Frame by Frame.

Following the release of her new album, Cassadee Pope will headline the CMT Next Women of Country Tour that kicks off April 11 in Tampa, Florida where she'll play The Orpheum (Tickets). Pope will be joined by up and comers Clare Dunn and Hannah Ellis.