MIRANDA LAMBERT’S FOUR THE RECORD SET FOR NOVEMBER 1
Pistol Annies Hell On Heels Available August 23
NASHVILLE, TN – Singer songwriter Miranda Lambert announced today on Good Morning America that her new album, Four The Record, will be released November 1 (11.1.11) on Columbia Nashville. Lambert’s fourth album will be the follow up to her platinum certified, CMA and ACM Album of the Year, Revolution, which yielded the Number One Singles, “White Liar,” “The House That Built Me,” and “Heart Like Mine,” and the Top 10 “Only Prettier.”
Four The Record will build upon the foundation of her three previous platinum albums and showcase her evolution as songwriter and vocalist. "'Four The Record' has so many meanings,” explains Lambert. “I love the play on words and my records always have a little crime in them and this is the fourth record of my career. This album pushes the limits for me in many ways and I collaborate with friends and heroes. It builds on my previous albums with a whole new flair. ‘For The Records’ sake, don't forget 11/1/11."
Pistol Annies, the trio featuring Lambert and singer songwriters Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley performed their song “Hell On Heels” on Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series this morning. “Hell On Heels” is the title track to their 10 song album which will be released August 23 at all digital retailers and the CD will be available at www.pistolannies.com. The pre-order is available now.
"How lucky is it that I have two amazing singer songwriter friends and together we make an unstoppable musical force,” shares Lambert. “We say things in our music that women all across the country are thinking. This is a great creative outlet for me as a solo artist and it's cool as hell! ‘Hell On Hells’ will knock your socks off.”
Angaleena Presley explains, “These girls are my home away from home. We share everything from shoes to shotguns. I feel so blessed to finally share our songs with the world.”
“I'm just so proud to be a part of something so close to my heart,” shares Ashley Monroe. “I love these gals like sisters and to be able to write songs with them and share these songs with the world is a bit overwhelming. And I truly believe this is JUST the beginning.”