Just in time for the C2C: Country to Country festival at the O2, this 23-year-old Tennessee singer-songwriter is making a belated push for UK success.
This debut album, newly released here, is now almost two years old and a gold-seller back home.
She can be introduced to us as a Best New Artist Grammy nominee who has duetted with Taylor Swift, and she sounds like Swift three albums ago.
Banjo dominates the lively opener, XO, and her polished voice details a date in the back of a pick-up truck on Looking at Stars. But this is country with a small c, with strong melodies that should appeal across genres.
The standout, Peter Pan, is close to a straight rock song and gives impressive depth to outweigh her occasional fluffiness.