Country superstar Miranda Lambert recently released a new single, titled “Strange.”
The second single off her latest hit album, Palomino, “Strange” was co-written by Lambert, Natalie Hemby and Luke Dick.
“‘Strange’ is permission to just let go for a sec,” according to Lambert. “We were really wanting the chorus to lift – literally and emotionally – and go into a happy place. It’s such a song for the time that we’re in right now, but it doesn’t feel like it won’t matter in 10 years, either.”
Speaking about writing the song’s lyrics, she added, “We couldn’t land on a bridge. So, each one of us went and wrote a bridge on our own and came back and we ended up using lines from each person’s – so we cowrote that without even meaning to. It was pretty cool; everyone’s was different but when we took lines out of mine, Luke’s and Natalie’s, it all fit together.”
Lambert is set to embark on a 24-date Las Vegas residency at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in September.
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