Miranda Lambert drops new song with help of shirtless husband Brendan McLoughlin

Miranda Lambert drops new song with help  of shirtless husband Brendan McLoughlin
July 18 (Agencies) | Publish Date: 7/18/2019 12:04:39 PM IST

 Miranda Lambert employed husband Brendan McLoughlin to promote her new single “It All Comes Out in the Wash.”

On Wednesday night, the 35-year-old country star shared a video of her NYPD officer spouse shirtless doing laundry to tease the track, which is her first release since her acclaimed 2016 album “The Weight of These Wings.” The single dropped Thursday morning.

“He said he’s happy for me and whatever it takes to get my song out there. I do have a tendency to creep on him when he’s doing house chores shirtless,” Lambert joked to Billboard. “And so I figured why not share that with my friends? I creep on him doing all kinds of things: mowing, laundry, dishes. So whenever the next promo comes around, I’m sure I’ll have a video.”

Lambert says the 15 months between her last release and “It All Comes Out in the Wash” gave her needed perspective and that the time off inspired her to write more from a lighter-hearted place than her post-Blake Shelton divorce record.

“I think that it’s got some sarcasm to it, but it’s very honest. I haven’t had a single out in a long time, and I’m just ready to have new music. I’m in a new phase of my life and ready to have new music out there that represents that,” she explained. “This one just felt perfect as far as the vibe of it. It’s fun and lighthearted and I’m really excited about it.”

Lambert said the song title came from her mother and grandmother, who frequently used the adage when she was growing up. “It’s true. Everything finds a resolve, and at the end of the day it doesn’t matter. My last record went through a lot of the trials to tribulations I had been going through personally, and I feel like I’m kind of over the hump and this song represents that in a really great way,” she said.


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