Women homeland music band released on Wednesday their first song “Gaslighter” in 13 years, and a follow music video.
The single faces with a breakup which is co-produced by Jack Antonoff. Musician Natalie Maines’ settled a divorce from Heroes alum Adrian Pasdar in 2019.
The clip, which is not in widescreen, pictures excellent, often black and white pictures of Americans in the US, with the Dixie Chicks donning military-style attire and walking in spot on a TV show.
The single is the title track of the band’s forthcoming latest album of the same name, slated for release on May 1, and the group’s first song since 2007 deliver of “The Neighbor.”
Dixie Chicks Last Released ‘Taking the Long Way’
In 2006, the Dixie Chicks last released a studio record, Taking the Long Way, which identified their first significant album since they famously met boycotts from right-wingers, adding several country music devotees, following Maines revealed devotees in 2003, days before the U.S.-led attack of Iraq started, that they were embarrassed Republican President George W. Bush is from their dwelling country of Texas. The record hit No. 1 on the U.S. mainstream and nation graph.
Among their time out of the studio album, the Dixie Chicks did travel annually over the prior some decades.
Views Of Users On The Video
A YouTube user inscribed in acknowledgment of the new clip, ‘Can’t anticipate, these really skilled girls hit around the Bush and rewarded for it in the federal BS that is US capitalism. They deserved better.’
One more user composed, ‘Thank you for not giving up. I am so happy you are back. We adore you.’