Dixie Chicks Announce 1st Studio Album In Over A Decade
After a "Long Time Gone," the Dixie Chicks have announced a new album — and dropped the music video for its first single on Wednesday. From the looks of it, the band is still "Not Ready to Make Nice."
The powerful anthem titled "Gaslighter" showcases the voices of the band's trio — Martie Maguire, Emily Robison and Natalie Maines. The female-centric video showcases vintage footage of women interposed with kaleidoscopic effects and shots of the band singing in various costumes.
The record, the band's first studio album since the Grammy winning "Taking the Long Way" in 2006, is also titled "Gaslighter" and is set to be released by Columbia Records on May 1, according to a press release.
It was co-produced by singer-songwriter and record producer Jack Antonoff. Fans are able to pre-order the band's fifth studio album on a variety of platforms.
While the band hasn't released a studio album in years, the trio has still been busy.
First published on March 4, 2020 / 4:53 PM
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