Lambert likes "Strange"
"Strange" is the second single off Lambert's latest album, "Palomino" and was written by Lambert, Natalie Hemby and Luke Dick. The song is the follow-up to Lambert's top 10 single "If I Was A Cowboy," the 15th of her career.
"'Strange' is permission to just let go for a sec," said Lambert. "We were really wanting the chorus to lift – literally and emotionally – and go into a happy place. It's such a song for the time that we're in right now, but it doesn't feel like it won't matter in 10 years, either.
"We couldn't land on a bridge," she said of the writing process. "So, each one of us went and wrote a bridge on our own and came back and we ended up using lines from each person's – so we cowrote that without even meaning to. It was pretty cool; everyone's was different but when we took lines out of mine, Luke's and Natalie's, it all fit together."
This fall, Lambert do a Las Vegas residency at he Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino starting in September for a 24-date run.
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