Margo Price has announced her new album ‘Strays’ and her second single, ‘Change Of Heart’ – scroll down the page to listen now.
The album is described in a press release as “a fierce declaration of freedom” and is due out on January 13th via Loma Vista Recordings.
‘Strays’ is the follow-up to 2020’s ‘That’s How Rumors Get Started’ and was co-produced by Price and Jonathan Wilson (Angel Olsen, Father John Misty). The album also includes collaborations with Sharon Van Etten, Mike Campbell and Lucius.
Speaking of the new album in a press release, Price said “I feel this urgency to keep moving forward, to keep creating,” says Margo Price. “You get stuck in the same thought patterns, the same addictive loops.
“But there comes a time when you have to say, ‘I’m going to be here, I’m going to enjoy it, and I’m not going to try so hard to check other people’s boxes.’ I feel more mature in the way I write now, I mean more than chasing big crowds and tributes. I’m trying to get what my soul needs.”
“Change Of Heart” is the second single released from the album, following “Been To The Mountain” in August.
“I never loved you and I always will / I had a change of heart,” she sings at one point. “Get to the end of the line / And it all falls apart / I’ll stop trying to change your mind / I’ve had a change of heart.” Watch the video for the single above now.
The following is the track list for “Strays”:
‘Been To The Mountain’
‘Light Me Up (ft. Mike Campbell)’
‘Radio (ft. Sharon Van Etten)’
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‘Change of Heart’
‘Hell in the Heart’
‘Anytime You Call (ft. Lucius)’
Last year, Price teamed up with husband Jeremy Ivey on his single ‘All Kinds Of Blue’, a favorite with the late John Prine. “I’ve always loved this Jeremy song,” Price said at the time. “In fact, I put him on the spot once and begged him to play it for John Prine and he loved it too.
“It was a very special moment to see because I know Jeremy’s songs are weird but I think that’s what makes them so brilliant.”