Jennifer Nettles stopped by The View Wednesday morning to discuss her solo project and perform her latest single "Falling."
The country crooner also put to bed the rumors that Sugarland has split as a result of her working on her own music.
"Quite the opposite," she said to the panel. "I can't be in two different places at the same time and I put 100 percent of myself into something."
She also explained that she's on perfectly good terms with her bandmate, Kristian Bush, and has his support in her latest music endeavor.
"I didn't want to do a solo project out of dislike of the band. I love that music but there's something else I had to prove to myself," Nettles said.
So will the band be coming back with a new album in the near future?
According to the singer, her music partner is currently "doing his own stuff" and that both will come back together "rejuvenated and re-inspired."
You hear that, Sugarland fans?!
But before that happens, Nettles is focusing on her latest music and recently shared how personal her new body of work is to her.
"I think this album so far for me musically has been the most intimate and personal ... musically and vocally," she told the Washington Post.
"I think it's way more intimate to me and way more personal in the sense that when you collaborate, that's the nature of collaboration, you're affecting each other, and playing with and inspiring each other, and yet there are things that one may not get to do or want to when collaborating."