Dixie Chicks share new single ‘Julianna Calm Down’

Their upcoming album 'Gaslighter' remains indefinitely delayed

The Dixie Chicks have shared their latest single, titled ‘Julianna Calm Down’, off their upcoming album, ‘Gaslighter’.

The song was named for member Emily Strayer’s daughter, and is the second preview of ‘Gaslighter’ following its title track.

Watch the lyric video for ‘Julianna Calm Down’ below:

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‘Gaslighter’ – which will be the country band’s first album in 14 years – was initially slated for a May 1 release date, but has since been indefinitely delayed.

“We can’t give you the full album just yet, but we also couldn’t let May 1 pass by without sharing a new song with you,” the band said in a press release for ‘Julianna Calm Down’.

“So, here is track number nine ‘Julianna Calm Down’ off ‘Gaslighter’. We hope it makes you feel empowered, smile, and strut the f*** around like you’ve got nothing to lose. We will strut through this time together.”

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‘Gaslighter’ will be the first new full-length from the Dixie Chicks since 2006’s ‘Taking The Long Way’, which picked up five Grammy awards including Record, Song and Album of the Year.

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