Miranda Lambert's 2019 Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour is allowing one of this past decade's most successful performers an opportunity to do more than help other women's careers and raise awareness for her MuttNation charity. The tour, which overlaps the Nov. 1 release of Lambert's Wildcard album, is serving as a platform to unveil album cuts beyond the six new songs already on streaming services.

Lambert pulls off quite the feat with "Tequila Does," making yet another mainstream country song about tequila sound fresh. The song, which readers can hear above, dials back the clock and incorporates a modern song trope into a honky-tonk throwback. Lambert co-wrote the song with Jon Randall and Jack Ingram.

While video of another new tune, titled "Track Record," only offers a snippet, there's enough evidence of Lambert's fearlessness as a storyteller and her band's embrace of twangy rock 'n' roll to build anticipation for Wildcard. It's yet another co-write featuring Lambert and the Love Junkies (Hillary Lindsey, Liz Rose and Lori McKenna); press play below to hear it.

These two live clips and previously released material tease eight of Wildcard's 14 songs. Fans have already heard studio versions of "It All Comes Out in the Wash," "Locomotive," "Mess With My Head," "Bluebird," "Pretty Bitchin" and the Maren Morris duet "Way Too Pretty for Prison." The album will be Lambert's first produced by Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Ashley McBryde).

In addition to her all-female Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour, Lambert has announced her 2020 Wildcard Tour, which will begin in January. Cody Johnson and Lanco will be out on the road with Lambert for much of the trek, with the Randy Rogers Band and Parker McCollum opening select shows.

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