Professional party boy Andy Frasco makes note of drastic lifestyle changes on the title track for his forthcoming studio album, Keep On Keepin’ On. Announced by Frasco on Thursday, Keep On Keepin’ On will look to follow up Andy Frasco & The U.N.‘s 2019 studio effort, Change of Pace when the album arrives on April 24th via SideOneDummy Records

The forthcoming album marks a change in direction for Frasco, who admits to using the creative process on Keep On Keepin’ On as a cathartic evolution out of what’s been a self-destructive lifestyle for the charismatic singer and pianist.

“I just got fed up with suppressing my feelings, so I picked up the pen and started opening up,” Frasco mentioned in an interview with American Songwriter. “When I reread my inner notes, I realized that maybe it’s time I talk to someone other than my manager. Therapy put me on a path that has truly saved my life.”

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The title track for Keep On Keepin’ On was shared with Thursday’s announcement, and hears Frasco belt out self-reflective lyrics, “I know a man, he can give me therapy/What’s the use of therapy if you don’t want to change?” and “Don’t think too much, it just complicates things/No room for judging, to heal me.”

Listen to the album’s uplifting title track below.

Andy Frasco & The U.N. – “Keep on Keepin’ On”

[Video: Andy Frasco]

Additionally, Frasco openly discusses his unorthodox career and how it pertains to the album’s inspiring theme in a trailer video also shared with Thursday’s announcement. The two-minute video gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at Frasco’s hectic life on the road as he bluntly opens up to who he is as a person. Check out the album’s trailer below.

Andy Frasco & The U.N. – “Keep on Keepin’ On” [Album Trailer]

[Video: Andy Frasco]

Andy Frasco & The U.N. are currently on the road alongside BIG Something as part of the two’s Royal Rumble 2020 winter tour. The winter run of shows continues on Friday with the second of two performances at the Charleston Pour House in Charleston, SC. Head to Frasco’s website for concert tickets and album pre-order info.