The sultry song finds the 32-year-old singer reflecting on a string of one-night stands.
Miranda Lambert has released her long-awaited new single “Vice”. Written by Miranda, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne, the sultry song finds the 32-year-old singer reflecting on a string of one-night stands.
“Another vice, another town/ Where my past can’t run me down/ Another life, another call/ Another bed I shouldn’t crawl/ Out of at 7AM with shoes in my hand,” Miranda sings in the chorus, “Said I wouldn’t do it but I did it again/ And I know I’ll be gone tomorrow night/ Another vice.”
“Vice” is the first track since her 2014 album “Platinum”.
Miranda shares on Instagram a photo and a behind-the-scenes video for “Vice”. “Official ‘Vice’ day!!!!! #music #smokinanddrinkin #i[heart]radio #firstsingle @shanemcanally @joshosbornesongwriter,” she writes alongside the black-and-white photo.
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Miranda is currently on her “Keeper of the Flame Tour” which will conclude on September 10 in West Palm Beach, Florida. In between dates of her tour, the “Little Red Wagon” songstress is also supporting Kenny Chesney on his “Spread the Love Tour”.