The album is co-produced by Angaleena and Oran Thornton and features 12 tracks, all of which were co-written by Presley.
Wrangled is an indie release via Thirty Tigers. The new album has been seen as Presley’s take on what she sees as Music Row’s ‘petty attitude’ and the rejection she has felt both as a female artist and a writer of songs that don’t fit the current country radio parameters. Tracks include “Dreams Don’t Come True” (co-written with Lambert and Monroe) and “Only Blood,” a co-write with another fellow Kentuckian, Chris Stapleton.
One of the album’s many highlights is “Cheer Up Little Darling” written by Angaleena and her dear friend, Guy Clark.
The song — the last song completed by Guy before his death — features Shawn Camp playing Guy’s No. 10 guitar, which was used to write the song with Guy, and Guy’s mandola, which Guy had been learning to play during the last year of his life.