Friday, June 10, 2022
– Lily Rose is out with a new track, "I'd Be You," today.
This marks the Atlanta native's first release since her October 2021 debut project, 'Stronger Than I Am."
"I'd Be You" follows the perspective of an ex coming to terms with regret over what they could have done better in the relationship after seeing their ex move on. "If I'd have gave her my heart / Instead of hell all the time / I'd be you," Rose sings in the genre-bending new track written by Hillary Lindsey, Mark Holman, Morgan Wallen and Michael Hardy.
"I've loved 'I'd Be You' since I first heard it back in 2020. The journey this song and I have been on is long, compared to most, and I only love it more every time I hear it," said Rose. "The songwriters wrote a story I haven't heard before in a way that sucked me right in, and Joey Moi sent the production through the roof."
Lily Rose is playing at CMT Fest today and Sunday.
Rose made history last month as she became the first country artist to take home the award for the gay organization GLAAD's Outstanding Breakthrough Music Artist at its New York City ceremony on May 6.
After closing out her run on Chris Lane's Fill Them Boots Tour in April, Rose kicks off her own headlining tour on July 20 at The Troubadour in Los Angeles before heading up the West Coast. Rose will accompany Sam Hunt for various dates this summer and appear at some of the summer's largest festivals including Windy City Smokeout and Country Jam.