Yearwood releases new single
Thursday, June 6, 2019
– Trisha Yearwood unveils her new single "Every Girl In This Town" today.
The song sets the stage for the fall 2019 release of Yearwood's first full-length country record since 2007's "Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love." Earlier this year, Yearwood paid homage to Frank Sinatra with "Lets Be Frank."
"It's an emotional song, because the lyrics remind me of that little girl who believed anything, and everything was possible. It's something we all share in common, and I love being reminded it's okay to just be me. 'Every Girl In This Town' is a power song too. It inspires all of us to love who we are, keep dreaming, and give ourselves a break when we're not perfect. I hope fans see themselves in it too. I know I do. I also hope that boys and men think about their own 'Every Girl' and how special she is."
A lyric video of the song was released containing childhood and fan photos.
, it cinematically scrapbooks an emotional visual companion befitting of the lyrics.
This has been a busy week for Yearwood. Last night, she presented at the CMT Awards and joined Brandi Carlile and Tanya Tucker for "Delta Dawn" also accompanied by Lauren Alaina, Carly Pearce, Martina McBride, RaeLynn and Deana Carter.
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