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Urban releases "Messed Up As Me" on Friday

Thursday, February 29, 2024 – Keith Urban will release a new song, "Messed Up As Me," mon Friday.

"Let's put it this way," said Urban, who debuted the song during CRS (Country Radio Seminar conference) at The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, part of the annual Team UMG luncheon. "Most of us have been in dysfunctional relationships before where there's not a lot of compatibility, except for that one area where it's so good you put up with all the rest. A phone call or a night out and you're right back where you shouldn't be."

"Messed Up As Me" was produced by Urban and longtime co-producer Dann Huff, and follows last month's release of "Straight Line". Both are expected to be on Urban's album slated for release later this year.


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