The Chicks unveil "Gaslighter" songs

Thursday, July 9, 2020 – The Chicks, formerly known as the Dixie Chicks, released the track list on Wednesday for "Gaslighter," the trio's first disc in 14 years.

The track list is:
1. "Gaslighter"
2. "Sleep at Night"
3. "Texas Man"
4. "Everybody Loves You"
5. "For Her"
6. "March March"
7. "My Best Friend's Weddings"
8. "Tights on My Boat"
9. "Julianna Calm Down"
10. "Young Man"
11. "Hope It's Something Good"
12. "Set Me Free"

Jack Antonoff produced the set, which clocks in at 47 minutes.

The group, which has already released three songs from "Gaslighter," has hinted on its website that it would be touring again.

The Chicks dropped Dixie from its name last month in the wake of debate about racial issues in the U.S. following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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