Angaleena Presley Plans ‘Wrangled’ for April Release
Angaleena Presley has new material coming soon! The singer is getting ready to release a brand-new project, Wrangled, in late April.
Wrangled follows Presley's 2014 album, American Middle Class, her debut solo project; it is set for release on April 21 and will feature 12 tracks, all co-written by Presley. A press release notes that one particularly touching song on Presley's new project is "Cheer Up Little Darling," which Presley wrote alongside the legendary Guy Clark, prior to his death in May of 2016. For the final studio version of the song, Shawn Camp played some of Clark's own instruments -- the guitar that was used to write "Cheer Up Little Darling" and a mandola -- to augment Clark's presence on the track and pay homage to him.
Before making the switch to solo work, Presley was a part of the Pistol Annies, a country trio also featuring Miranda Lambert and Ashley Monroe. The three haven't released new music together since 2013, but all three artists have denied the rumors of tension among them; a reunion is “definitely brewing," Monroe said in 2015, and they've joined each other onstage a number of times since.
More information about Presley and Wrangled can be found on the singer's official website.
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