Miranda Lambert’s New Song is Refreshingly Clear of Personal Drama

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Releasing the video to her official YouTube channel, Miranda Lamber sent fans into a tizzy with her new song entitled, “It All Comes Out in the Wash.” The video was posted to her channel on August 29, 2019, and to date, has been viewed over 1 million times!

Lambert co-wrote the new song with a group called the “Love Junkies,” which is made up of Lori McKenna, Hillary Lindsey, and Liz Rose. The title was inspired by an idiom her own mom and grandma would often use: “it will all come out in the wash.” Lambert said that she felt the hook for the song best described getting “over the hump” after the release of her last record, having taken her through quite a few personal trials. “I think that it’s got some sarcasm to it, but it’s very honest. I haven’t had a single out in a long time, and I’m just ready to have new music. I’m in a new phase of my life and ready to have new music out there that represents that,” she explained to Billboard. “This one just felt perfect as far as the vibe of it. It’s fun and lighthearted and I’m really excited about it.”

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The new song is the lead single from the Texas singer’s pending seventh studio album, and it was produced by Jay Joyce. Rolling Stone stated, “Brighter and more upbeat than the bulk of Lambert’s 2016 double album The Weight of These Wings, ‘It All Comes Out in the Wash’ is about life’s mistakes and heartbreaks and their relative impermanence. Over a breezy, acoustic guitar-driven groove, Lambert lists off a litany of mishaps from ketchup spills to drunk dials and more severe infractions like accidentally sharing someone’s pregnancy news or messing around with the boss at the workplace.” An upbeat and almost infectious country tune “It All Comes Out in the Wash” has a bit of a playful, impersonal lyric as compared to her prior album release. This single is simply an upbeat country tune with a few lyrics that may actually cause you to laugh. And, rather than being a statement of sorts, it’s refreshingly just a song which steers clear of personal drama, which is a welcomed change in this day and age.