Miranda Lambert Wants To 'Live Out' One Song On Her New Record The Most

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Miranda Lambert’s soon-to-release ninth full-length solo album is packed with 15 tracks (14 of which were co-written and co-produced by Lambert herself) that’ll stir the wanderlust in any listener. Nearing Palomino’s release, the “If I Was A Cowboy” singer took to social media to spotlight the song she wants “to live out the most.”

“‘Tourist’ was the first song we wrote for Palomino and it set the tone for the record,” Lambert wrote in her caption on Instagram, along with a clip of the song and a video montage of her adventures traveling with husband Brendan McLoughlin. “I’ve toured, but I haven’t really gotten to be a tourist. This is the song on the record I want to live out the most.” See her post here:

After writing “Tourist,” Lambert and her songwriting team ventured on, chasing a theme about travel and taking the listener on a journey from one coast to the other. Lambert, who is gearing up for her Velvet Rodeo Las Vegas Residency later this year, previously told iHeartCountry that she hopes Palomino inspires listeners to “get in your car and drive. If you have a gypsy spirit, just go do it.” The full album debuts on Friday (April 29). See the full track list here:

  1. Actin’ Up
  2. Scenes
  3. In His arms
  4. Geraldene
  5. Tourist
  6. Music City Queen (feat. The B-52’s)
  7. Strange
  8. Wandering Spirit
  9. I’ll Be Lovin’ You
  10. That’s What Makes The Jukebox Play
  11. Country Money
  12. If I Was A Cowboy
  13. Waxahachie
  14. Pursuit Of Happiness
  15. Carousel

Fans can listen and tune in free for a stream of an exclusive iHeartCountry Album Release Party with Miranda Lambert on Thursday, April 28th at 7pm ET/4pm PT via iHeartRadio's iHeartCountry Radio channel, as well as local iHeartMedia Country stations across the country.