Hailey Whitters releases new song, “I’m In Love,” out now on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track here and learn more.
Hailey Whitters is back with another fabulously bright song just in time for summer. Read below as we dig deeper into the track.
When Hailey Whitters released her sophomore album The Dream in 2020, she flawlessly introduced listeners into an equal parts glittery and gritty Midwestern, Heartland, and authentically country world that only she could create. Her new song “I’m In Love”, off her forthcoming EP of the same name, dives deeper into that universe.
“Tips in the apron // Hair’s in a braid // Mercury’s all in retrograde // Silver in the spoon // No blue in his blood // He’s in Levi’s // I’m in love”
The song is chock full of amazing imagery, with a line like “two bottles in to a bottle of wine” in the chorus. Whitters and her producer husband Jake Gear successfully capture the lyrics with the sweet sounds of mandolin, banjo, and summer.
Whitters is one of the best songwriters making music right now, so when she takes an outside cut, it is safe to say the song will be fantastic. “I knew the minute I heard this song I had to record it. I didn’t write it (Nicolle Galyon, Lee Miller, & Cameron Bedell did), but I wish I had. I love – pun intended – the quirky language and spirit. Every time I sing it I’m smiling like a big ol sap because it just makes me so happy and puts me in a good mood.”
The I’m In Love EP, which follows her junior album Raised is out July 28th. With a lead single like “I’m In Love” fans are in for a treat as we get to know Hailey Whitters even more. She is truly a one-of-a-kind artist, and it is exciting to see her artistic evolution unfolding before our eyes.
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“I”m In Love” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.