But the duo promise fans they aren't breaking up.
In a nearly 10-minute video call that the country duo shared on their social media over the weekend, Kelley explained how the ongoing pandemic gave him a lot of extra time at home for some "soul-searching" and a nice break from songwriting before he got back into the swing of things.
"Me and you have had conversations three or four years ago, and this has kind of been a lifelong dream of mine. But I kinda felt like I started writing an album once I started writing again in August and had a couple of songs that I started writing that I just felt like maybe I'm supposed to sing these and probably have a project, an outlet for these to come out on," the Florida-based musician said. "We talked about that before, and just the timing wasn't right. All the dots weren't really connected, everything wasn't in line."