Back to Scratch is the sixth studio album from Welsh classical crossover artist and singer songwriter Charlotte Church. The album was released on October 25, 2010, five years after the release of Church's fifth studio album Tissues and Issues. The album has been described by Church as having a "new different sound but also one that goes with my voice", Church has also described the album as more mature and as having a more "quirky" vibe than her last and final album. The album was preceded by the lead single and title track "Back to Scratch" on September 19, 2010 which was originally written about a relative but which Church has recently described as being more relevant to her own split from former boyfriend Gavin Henson. The 2010 album will be her first ever release on independent label Dooby Records after signing a $3m investment deal with all her previous albums being released on longtime label Sony Music. The song "Ruby" is a cover of Camille Dalmais' song of the same name, written by Euston Jones, taken from her debut album Le Sac des Filles. A US release was planned for 2011, but was cancelled when Church severed her relationship with her label.