Ashley McBryde Reveals What Her Cryptic Social Media Hints Really Meant

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Ashley McBryde offered clarity to the cryptic hints she shared on her social media channels. The “Girl Goin’ Nowhere” artist is releasing her next album, Lindeville, on September 30.

“This one time my friends and I had an idea… Then we made it a reality,” McBryde said in her instagram caption on Wednesday morning (September 14). “And now we get to invite you to enjoy it with us. Welcome to Lindeville.”

In her post, McBryde tagged Aaron Raitiere, Brandy Clark, Benjy Davis, Caylee Hammack, Pillbox Patti and Brothers Osborne, who also shared mysterious hint on social media on Tuesday (September 13). McBryde, Brothers Osborne — the duo of John and TJ Osborne — and others shared a brief clip of a young girl with long blonde pigtails donning a red dress and playing the accordion. “Lindeville” is spelled in all capital red letters in the background. The caption only read “9.30,” seemingly indicating that something would happen on September 30. Social media users quickly started buzzing with guesses about a new collaboration or album on the way.

McBryde is known for songs like “One Night Standards,” “A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega,” “Girl Goin’ Nowhere” and other fan-favorite tracks. She also collaborated with Carly Pearce on the smash-hit heartbreak ballad, “Never Wanted To Be That Girl,” which has been nominated for numerous awards, including winning the Academy of Country Music’s Music Event of the Year award earlier this year.

See McBryde’s “Lindeville” announcement here: