HAPPINESS, family and an ode to Australian life has all been packed into The Sunny Cowgirls' latest album What We Do.
The fifth studio album from sisters Celeste and Sophie Clabburn has 14 new country tracks.
"This album is the first album that we have released independently, and we had no record company telling us what we should do and when we should have the album finished," Sophie said.
"It gave us the freedom to take the time to write.
"It also gave us the time to work on the album when we were ready and the types of songs that we wanted to write."
The album was recorded in Nashville, Perth and Sydney.
This was the first time the Clabburn sisters had travelled to Nashville for an album.
"I was a little bit hesitant at first," Sophie said.
"We always have a very Australian sound and I was worried that we might come out with a sound that was not our own. But it came out how we wanted it to sound."
The Sunny Cowgirls start a national tour on Friday.
They will perform at Rooty Hill RSL on Saturday.
"It will be a really happy and upbeat show," Sophie said.
"You won't hear any sad songs.
"The songs will about life, family and friends, and they are fun, hence the album title What We Do.
"It's a family show, and it can also be a show where there is a lot of drinking, dancing and carrying on."