'Plays Well With Others' is a unique duets album, one in which nearly every song is completely co-written and co-sung.

Peter Bradley Adams, John Paul White, Dylan LeBlanc, Andrew Combs, Rodney Crowell, Shovels & Rope, JD McPherson, and Nicole Atkins all make appearances, working alongside Lynn not only to perform these songs, but to create them, too.

Lynn recorded 'Plays Well With Others' at John Paul White's studio, Sun Drop Sound, in Florence, Alabama. There with Lynn, White, and the Alabama Shakes' Ben Tanner all serving as co-producers she tracked nine songs in a series of live takes.

The result is an album that's at times more stripped-down than her 2014 album 'The Avenues' and far less amplified than her third album 'Resistor,' while still shining a light on Lynn's striking voice and unique blend of American music.

Throughout her career a nearly decade-long run filled with three album releases, a career-shifting appearance and soundtrack for HBO's True Detective, hundreds of shows on both sides of the Atlantic, and a sound encompassing everything from Americana to stark indie rock Lera Lynn has balanced her fierce independence with a string of collaborations.

1. Same Old Song - feat. Peter Bradley Adams
2. Lose Myself - feat. John Paul White
3. What Is Love - feat. Dylan LeBlanc
4. Breakdown - feat. Andrew Combs
5. Crimson Underground - feat. Rodney Crowell
6. Wolf Like Me - feat. Shovels & Rope
7. Nothin' To Do With Your Love - feat. J.D. McPherson
8. In Another Life - feat. Nicole Atkins
9. Almost Persuaded - feat. John Paul White