Wade goes wild for "Psychopath"
The solo-written title track is out on Friday.
"Regardless of what people say about 'Psychopath', I'm proud because I feel like it showcases where I'm at with my sophomore album," said Wade. "I have no choice but to be authentic. And I have to feel what I feel. And right now, I'm really feeling the music."
The 13-track release was made with her producer Sadler Vaden, guitarist for Jason Isbell.
The title song is a meditation on "being so engrossed in someone, it's like 'what the hell was I doing before I met you? I don't even fucking know.'...When you look at the title, you don't assume that's a love song. But it is," she said. "I kinda dig that."
Wade received acclaim for her debut CD, which featured the song "Wilder Days." She recently headlined the No Signs of Slowing Down Tour of 35 shows. Wade played last month's Stagecoach Festival and will join Turnpike Troubadours and Eric Church for select dates throughout summer and fall.
The Virginia native also was nominated for ACM New Female Artist of the Year, Americana Music Association Emerging Act of the Year, and CMT Breakthrough Female Video of the Year.
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