Miranda Lambert’s Next Single is…

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While “Automatic” and “Somethin’ Bad” were huge hits for Miranda Lambert, her most recent release from Platinum, “Smokin’ and Drinkin’,” stalled out on the country charts. Now, the singer has revealed what song from Platinum will be released next, and it’s one the fans have been asking for.

According to Twitter, Miranda revealed during her live show that her next single will be the sassy and relatable “Bathroom Sink.” The track, written by Lambert, is expected to hit country radio in November.

Lambert spoke to Billboard about the track, revealing:

I feel like on every record I’ve got one of those scary ones that I wrote by myself, so I can’t blame it on anybody else. It’s scary for the rawness, and for the emotion in it. It’s kind a like, ‘should I put this on there, should I not?’ because it’s just, ‘here I am, here’s me.’ It’s one of those where your mom says, ‘gosh, this makes me sad,’ and that’s exactly what she said. But it’s just real, just a real moment. I don’t’ live there, but it’s a real moment that you go through. Everybody does. I wrote it on a plane by myself headed to a show. It’s just one of those moments in time, and I am proud of it. I take a lot of pride in writing by myself, because I feel like sometimes its so easy to write with all these amazing writers, it’s so easy to lean on them for better lines than you can come up with. But sometimes it’s important to just sit down with a guitar and write a song by your damn self, to make sure you still can, for one thing.

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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. livia234@msn.com'
    Olivia

    Great song and lyrics. Many many girls can relate to not always feeling together. Work thru it and don’t dwell on it. Go Miranda but we all know radio will not play quality so who knows.

  2. diamond.countrygirl@yahoo.com'
    patty

    No, radio want give this song many spins, but fans do seem to like it. I’m a big Miranda fan, this song is’nt one of my favorite for radio, neither did I like Smokin and Drinkin. Miranda will be alright if radio does’nt play it. She’s been there with the problem from the very beginning, and she’s been very successful. I’ve been happy to hear Maddie and Tae and Cam on radio. These girls have been like Miranda, worked their way up that ladder to country radio.

  3. jodyjdc@aol.com'
    jody

    I have four words; Sunday In The South. Enough said. Bathroom Sink should be put back.

    1. abnoles11@aol.COM'
      Heather

      No way Song of the South is a slow one like Smoking and Drinking so radio won’t play it. Has to be uptempo for radio to think about playing it.

  4. janetnave@gmail.com'
    janet nave

    A loser. Smokin and drinking despite great fairchild vocals a loser too. Do not glamourize smoking. But carrie did well with smoke break. Because she is carrIe. Ugh

  5. kellie2012@msn.com'
    Kellie

    It is a great song! Radio only plays guys whose label gives perks too ($), so who knows who it will do. Her last few singles while not radio hits sold more than some guy #1 songs. Miranda doesn’t cater to radio, NEVER has but doesn’t seem to hurt her one bit. Unlike other artists people actually BUY her albums. Go take a look at recent album sales of current radio #1 guy artists (Dierks, Kenny, Tim, Blake, Brad, Thomas Rhett, etc) some cases she has double the sales. I thought radio said they play what sell? Guess not if you are a girl! Sad.?

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