Miranda Lambert is taking fans behind the scenes of her new album, Wildcard.
In an Apple Music exclusive short film, the 35-year-old country star details the creation of her seventh studio record, on which she reflects on her Texas roots while exploring new horizons.
“Country is what I do, it’s who I am, it literally just seeps out of my pores,” Lambert says in the trailer. “But I love rock ‘n’ roll.”
The singer, who now splits her time between Nashville and New York with husband Brendan McLoughlin, talks discovering herself while stepping out of her comfort zone.
A press release for the documentary says Lambert will discuss making Wildcard similar to her first album Kerosene, channelling confidence, and taking time off to make more room for creativity.
“Behind Miranda Lambert’s Wildcard” features appearances and commentary from Lambert’s producer Jay Joyce, as well as co-writers Natalie Hemby, Ashley Monroe, Luke Dick, and the Love Junkies.
The Texas native has been busy promoting her new album, appearing on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” Wednesday to deliver a performance of the album’s infectious lead single “It All Comes Out In The Wash”, which debuted at No. 19 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart.
Lambert is also up for Female Vocalist of the Year at this year’s CMA Awards on November 13.
Wildcard is now available everywhere and fans can take a listen here.
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