Dixie Chicks Make a Musical Comeback With ”Gaslighter”

Dixie Chicks Make a Musical Comeback With ''Gaslighter''

Dixie Chicks, Gaslighter, Video

SME (on behalf of Columbia)

The Dixie Chicks are again, ya’ll!

On Wednesday, the feminine nation song trio launched “Gaslighter,” their first unmarried in 13 years, and an accompanying song video.

Co-produced via Jack Antonoff, the tune offers with a breakup. In 2019, singer Natalie Maines‘ finalized a divorce from Heroes alum Adrian Pasdar. The video, which isn’t in widescreen, depicts vintage, most commonly black and white photographs of Americans within the United States, with the Dixie Chicks dressed in military-style outfits and marching in position on a TV program.

The tune is the name observe of the gang’s upcoming new album of the similar identify, set for unlock on May 1, and the band’s first unmarried for the reason that 2007 unlock of “The Neighbor.”

The Dixie Chicks ultimate dropped a studio album in 2006, Taking the Long Way, which marked their first main file since they famously confronted boycotts from right-wingers, together with many nation song lovers, after Maines advised lovers in 2003, days ahead of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq started, that they have been ashamed Republican President George W. Bush is from their house state of Texas. The album hit No. 1 at the U.S. mainstream and nation chart.

Amid their day trip of the song studio, the Dixie Chicks did excursion periodically during the last few years.

“Can’t wait, these really talented girls beat around the Bush and paid for it in the political BS that is US capitalism. They deserved better!” a YouTube consumer wrote in line with the brand new video.

“Thank you for not giving up. I am so glad you are back. We love you,” any other consumer wrote.

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