Everything We Know About the Pistol Annies’ Third Album
It's been five years since the Pistol Annies have offered up new music to their devoted fans, but at long last, the wait is coming to an end. Well, soon.
The country trio, made up of Miranda Lambert, Angaleena Presley and Ashley Monroe, has been teasing a new project for months, dropping hints about writing sessions and making onstage appearances together. While we wait with bated breath for the final details, here's what's known about the Pistol Annies' third studio album thus far.
The Pistol Annies haven't shared a title for their new album yet. As soon as we find out, we'll update this info.
The Release Date
In a late-July 2018 interview with The Boot, Presley said that the project was ready to go: "We just finished our third record. Two weeks ago [as of July 23]," she shared, which means news of a release date and more details should be coming soon. For her part, Lambert tells Time that the trio is aiming for a Fall 2018 release date.
The Album Cover
There's no word on what the new Pistol Annies album's cover will look like, but check back. We'll add the art as soon as we get it!
There's no news on this front just yet. For both 2011's Hell on Heels and 2013's Annie Up, the trio worked with producer Frank Liddell. Chuck Ainlay and Glenn Worf also helped produce Hell on Heels.
No word on a single just yet. When the Pistol Annies have joined together onstage recently, they've been singing old material.
The Annies haven't released any new music yet, but Monroe says fans can be prepared for some great stuff.
"We've written some of my favorite songs I've ever written in my life," Monroe told The Boot in April. Adds Lambert to Time, "Something about being together makes us a force to be reckoned with. We can get more raw and rugged than we would alone ... I think it’s the best writing we’ve ever done. We’ve lived a lot of life since our last record. I think it’s three girls telling our story very bravely."
There's no word yet on if the Annies will launch a tour in support of their next album. Presley and Monroe have been surprising Lambert's audiences at recent shows, though.
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