After confirming that her debut album would be called ‘Lucky’ and that it'll be released on May 5, Megan Moroney has now revealed all but three songs that'll be featuring on the new project.
An array of previously teased tracks have made the cut, with the witty ballad, ‘Traitor Joe’, and the self-love anthem, ‘Girl In The Mirror’, both set to appear on Lucky. Megan Moroney also confirmed that the latter will be made available ahead of the album's release on April 14.
The title-track is due to drop on Friday, March 10, with Moroney having recently performed ‘Lucky’ at a secret show in Nashville, along with a handful of other unreleased songs.
‘Georgia Girl’ in particular has become a much-loved track among Megan Moroney's quickly growing fanbase, with the country prodigy having teased the ode to her home-state on a number of occasions.
‘Why Johnny’ is another fan-favourite, and it finds Moroney inventively putting herself in the shoes of Johnny Cash's wife, June, as she delves into the various struggles that the two experienced together.
@megmoroney a song I wrote called why Johnny #unreleased ♬ original sound - Megan Moroney
Along with these previously shared songs, Megan Moroney's Lucky tracklist also includes a series of tracks that have never been heard before, such as ‘Another One On The Way’. We can imagine this being a witty split-screen song following someone being pregnant with another child in a settled-down life, contrasting with someone else ordering up another drink at the bar, with both having ‘another one on the way’.
Unsurprisingly, Megan Moroney's smash hit single, ‘Tennessee Orange’, will appear on the new album. Last month, the Georgia native recently serenaded the Grand Ole Opry crowd with a special rendition of the football-inspired track during her debut appearance at the historic venue.
@hollercountry @Megan Moroney makes Opry debut with "Tennessee Orange" performance 🧡 📹 Jonathan York #countrymusic #megmoroney #Holler ♬ original sound - Holler
Megan Moroney has promised that the project will lean into her love of classic country, and it's safe to say fans can't wait to get another taste of new music from the rising country star on Friday, March 10.
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