Three singles were released from the album: "All Over Again" (featuring Kate Rusby), "Iris" (a cover of the Goo Goo Dolls' hit song), and "This I Promise You", which was released as a download-single only. The album also contains the song "To Be Loved", which was originally recorded by Westlife on their 2001 album World of Our Own. However, Keating's uses completely different lyrics for the second verse of the song. This is only one of two songs on the album that were produced by Steve Mac, who originally co-wrote it. The album was primarily produced by Mark Taylor. "Just When I'd Given Up Dreaming" was co-written with American singer/songwriter, Richard Marx. The album has been certified Platinum in Australia, and has sold more than 70,000 copies there. The album has also achieved Gold status in UK, selling more than 100,000 copies.