Superstar Miranda Lambert announced plans for a brand new album, Palomina and dropped a brand new song, “Strange.” Listen to the brand new song here & learn about the upcoming record.
Newly crowned ACM Awards Entertainer of the Year, Miranda Lambert has a lot to celebrate! On the heels of her win, the singer-songwriter announces her next studio album, Palomina. The new record is slated for release on April 29th. To celebrate the announcement, Lambert also dropped a brand new song, “Strange,” out now.
Fans can expect the record to encompass bits and pieces from her previous ones, as she yearns to explore the world and the people in it on Palomina. Utilizing intellectual and whimsical approaches, Lambert is sharing her perspective through song. “The making of this record has been one of the most fun and creative experiences of my career,” shared the songstress. “Since we couldn’t travel at the time, we decided to go on a journey through songs. I hope y’all are ready to travel with us wandering spirits and meet some cool characters with great stories.”
“Have a smoke, buy a round // Get on a jetliner going anywhere bound // Pick a string, sing the blues // Dance a hole in your shoes // Do anything to keep you sane // ‘Cause times like these make me feel strange // Times like these make me feel strange”
The new song, “Strange” gives us all a taste of that traveling-spirit. The song depicts what it’s like not to know what to do and the feeling of being a bit lost. Despite the somber nature of the theme, the song is both fun and creative. Palomina is looking like a record for the books. Check back here on April 29th for a full review of the new album.
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