Home with Molly and Mark, a 19-track collaboration between Island musicians Molly Conole and Mark Alan Lovewell, releases this Sunday with an album party at 7 p.m. at Island Music in Vineyard Haven.

The 72-minute album acts as a loving overview of Island life, with songs about sailing, the agricultural fair, wildlife and the environment. The musicians also take time to sing songs about their friendship along the way.

The album’s opening song Let’s Go to the Fair journeys through the summer through a lens of agriculture as Mr. Lovewell promises he’ll be back next year.

Songs such as Jack and Jill and The Hardship are playful looks into the dynamic between Ms. Conole and Mr. Lovewell, sometimes poking at each other with playful jests but always returning to a sense of unity and friendship.

In the back half of the record, a series of songs are introduced with brief, often poetic monologues underscoring the songs’ importance to their writers.

In The Herring Song, Mr. Lovewell sings about the plight of the river herring, a once abundant fish that has become more and more scarce in coastal towns across the East Coast.

In I Am Seaglass, Ms. Conole ponders the notion that as one ages, one becomes a treasure to be found, like glass, shells or driftwood on the beach.

Energy swells toward the end of the album with Rolling Home, a traditional song about the return to New England from sea, before closing with Irish Blessing, an Irish prayer song.

Mr. Lovewell and Ms. Conole will celebrate the release of Home with Molly and Mark at Island Music in Vineyard Haven 7 p.m. Sunday, culminating in a live performance at 8 p.m. The performance will also be live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube.