Road Between is singer\actress Lucy Hale's debut studio album that was released on June 3, 2014 by DMG Nashville.
- You Sound Good To Me
- From The Backseat
- Nervous Girls
- Red Dress (duet with Joe Nichols)
- Goodbye Gone
- Kiss Me
- Road Between
- Lie A Little Better
- That's What I Call Crazy
- Love Tonight
- Just Another Song
Deluxe edition bonus tracks
- My Little Black Wedding Dress
- Feels Like Home
- Kiss Me (Live Acoustic)
- Road Between (Live Acoustic)
- Runaway Circus
- Those Three Words
On June 12, 2012, Lucy Hale announced she had signed a record deal with Hollywood Records (co-partnership with DMG Nashville).
The album is a country music album which was recorded through late 2012 and mid 2013 during Hale's schedule filming her television series "Pretty Little Liars."
On March 31, 2014, "Road Between" was unveiled due to a fan contest to reveal the album's cover art.
"Road Between" debuted on the Billboard 200 at #14 and #4 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart with 18,000 copies sold in the US during its first week.
As of August of 2014, the album has sold 44,000 copies in the United States.
"Road Between" was met with mostly positive reception from music critics.
At AllMusic, Stephen Thomas Erlewine rated the album three-and-a-half stars out of five, remarking how the music on the release "is irrepressibly charming commercial pop" that "is better when it's lighter", and the music sounds like "pristine pop, thanks in large part to Hale's crisp, chipper delivery."
Mike Ayers of Billboard rated the album an 83 out of 100, indicating how the release "is filled with powerful, catchy choruses and moments that display Hale's voice in many different ways."
At Roughstock, Matt Bjorke rated the album three-and-a-half stars out of five, writing how the music on the release is not going to be everyone's cup-of-tea, yet it evidences her potential in country music because according to him that is "where she's always wanted to be."
Bob Paxman of Country Weekly graded the album a C+, noting how some songs don't work out well for her voice and "Like most contemporary records, the production sounds overly busy and much too polished, stripping away all semblance of real emotion."
Yet, Paxman says "for the target audience, namely young females, Lucy and her material should resonate and find its target", but eventually "she may be able to reach a broader base, because the potential is definitely there."