Lambert releases new song
Thursday, July 18, 2019
– Miranda Lambert released a new single, "It All Comes Out in the Wash," which premiered this morning.
The song is Lambert's music in nearly three years.
"When we were little, our moms would say 'let's not worry about a stain.' Everyone goes through times in life that are difficult and has moments that they wish would pass," said Lambert, who co-wrote the track alongside The Love Junkies (Hillary Lindsey, Lori McKenna, Liz Rose). "This song is a mix of scenarios that we have all either been a part of or have seen, and is a fun reminder that hard times do eventually pass."
Lambert surprised fans by also releasing "Locomotive," which she describes as a "total country punk-rock" track written alongside Ashley Monroe and K.S. Rhodes. She debuted the
Lambert will hit the road for the Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour this fall, with special guests Maren Morris and Elle King, as well as Pistol Annies, of which Lambert is a member, Tenille Townes, Ashley McBryde and Caylee Hammack on various dates.
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