Country music sensation Miranda Lambert and her rhythm and blues singing boyfriend Anderson East are in perfect harmony these days. So much so that they’re now about to appear on the same record together!

Yep! The cute couple is mixing both business and pleasure with collaborations on the blonde-haired beauty’s upcoming, double album, “The Weight of These Wings.”

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The Frank Liddell, Glenn Worf and Eric Masse co-produced project features 24 tracks and is divided into two discs. The first disc, called “The Nerve,” includes “Getaway Driver” — a song co-penned by Anderson, Miranda and lauded Nashville songwriter Natalie Hemby. The other half, titled “The Heart,” contains the tune “Well Rested,” with shared writing credits by Anderson, Miranda and Aaron Raitiere.

Fans have been anxiously waiting for the arrival of new music from Miranda since the release of her 2014 album, “Platinum.” This will be her first new album since her highly publicized divorce from Blake Shelton. Thus far, Miranda’s given us a taste of “The Weight of These Wings” with her single “Vice,” along with two covers — Danny O’ Keefe’s “Covered Wagon” and Shake Russell’s “You Wouldn’t Know Me.”

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Miranda and Anderson began dating in 2015. And, in April of 2016, they made their first red carpet appearance together as a couple at the ACM Awards in Las Vegas.

“The Weight of These Wings” also showcases work by authors like Pistol Annies member Ashley Monroe, former “The Voice” contestant Gwen Sebastian, and famed songwriters Liz Rose and Shane McAnally just to name a few.

“The Weight of These Wings” is out on Nov. 18. However, fans who are anxious to get their hands on it early can pre-order the album on Oct. 21.

You can find the track list and complete list of songwriting credits for “The Weight of These Wings” below:


1. “Runnin’ Just in Case”
(Miranda Lambert/Gwen Sebastian)

2. “Highway Vagabond”
(Luke Dick/Natalie Hemby/Shane McAnally)

3. “Ugly Lights”
(Miranda Lambert/Natalie Hemby/Liz Rose)

4. “You Wouldn’t Know Me”
(Shake Russell)

5. “We Should Be Friends”
(Miranda Lambert)

6. “Pink Sunglasses”
(Rodney Clawson/Luke Dick/Natalie Hemby)

7. “Getaway Driver”
(Miranda Lambert/Anderson East/Natalie Hemby)

8. “Vice”
(Miranda Lambert/Shane McAnally/Josh Osborne)

9. “Smoking Jacket”
(Miranda Lambert/Natalie Hemby/Lucie Silvas)

10. “Pushin’ Time”
(Miranda Lambert/Natalie Hemby/Foy Vance)

11. “Covered Wagon”
(Danny O’Keefe)

12. “Use My Heart”
(Miranda Lambert/Ashley Monroe/Waylon Payne)


1. “Tin Man”
(Miranda Lambert/Jack Ingram/Jon Randall)

2. “Good Ol’ Days”
(Miranda Lambert/Brent Cobb/Adam Hood)

3. “Things That Break”
(Miranda Lambert/Jessi Alexander/Natalie Hemby)

4. “For the Birds”
(Miranda Lambert/Aaron Raitiere)

5. “Well-Rested”
(Miranda Lambert/Anderson East/Aaron Raitiere)

6. “Tomboy”
(Miranda Lambert/Natalie Hemby/Aaron Raitiere)

7. “To Learn Her”
(Miranda Lambert/Ashley Monroe/Waylon Payne)

8. “Keeper of the Flame”
(Miranda Lambert/Natalie Hemby/Liz Rose)

9. “Bad Boy”
(Miranda Lambert/Mando Saenz)

10. “Six Degrees of Separation”
(Miranda Lambert/Nicolle Galyon/Natalie Hemby)

11. “Dear Old Sun”
(Miranda Lambert/Terri Jo Box/Gwen Sebastian)

12. “I’ve Got Wheels”

(Miranda Lambert/Gwen Sebastian/Scotty Wray)

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Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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