Girls with "Country Song" come back for more
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
– The girls with the country song will be coming up with a few more "this summer."
That's the word from Maddie Marlow, who said after a Boston-area show on Wednesday that the duo would release its debut disc then.
Marlow said they were in the process of recording the album during breaks in between shows. Marlow said the recording would "two or three weeks."
Maddie and Tae are best known at this point for their anti-bro country ditty "Girl in a Country Song," which takes a decided swipe at the depiction of women in country songs.
Maddie & Tae released a four-song EP in November and just released their second single, "Fly."
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