Madeline Merlo Releases New Song “Take A Broken Heart”

Madeline Merlo shares brand new song “Take A Broken Heart,” out now, October 20th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the new track below.

Rising country artist, Madeline Merlo continues to crank out new music. Last month, she shared one of our favorite songs of her to date, a song called, “Tim + Faith,” her first true love song. Today, the singer-songwriter is adding to her growing collection with a brand new song called, “Take A Broken Heart.”

For her newest outing, Merlo gives fan an absolute heartbreak anthem. “Take A Broken Heart” is a reminder to all of us that a heartbreak is going to suck no matter what, so we might as well live our lives to the fullest, the best we can. On the song, the songstress encourages the listener to do whatever feels good, except going back to the one who broke your heart in the first place.

“You can sit there on the couch // crying all alone // You can waste another night, lose another fight, staring at your phone // If you’re hanging with a heartbreak // You don’t gotta stay at home // Cause it’s gonna hurt either way // so just pick it up and go // Take it to the beach // Take it to the bar // Take it for a long drive underneath the stars // Take it to a church service on a Sunday // Take it on a 737 on a runaway”

Merlo continues to show off her undeniable talent release after release. “Take A Broken Heart” marks another incredible song for the rising artist. It is only a matter of time until everyone recognizes her name and her undeniable talent.


Madeline Merlo brand new song, “Take A Broken Heart,” is available on all streaming platforms.

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“Take A Broken Heart” 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.