Miranda Lambert Co-Wrote Two Songs With Boyfriend Anderson East on New Album
By Sophie Schillaci
Miranda Lambert and Anderson East have been making sweet music together!
The couple teamed up to co-write two songs on Lambert's new album, The Weight of These Wings, out Nov. 18. The pair first made their red carpet debut at the ACM Awards in Las Vegas in April of this year, but first began dating in late 2015.
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The first, "Getaway Driver," was written by Lambert, East, and Nashville hitmaker Natalie Hemby, and is featured on the top half of Lambert's double album, The Nerve.
East also co-wrote "Well-Rested" along with Lambert and Aaron Raitiere, which is featured on the second-half of the album, titled The Heart.
Among Lambert's other songwriting collaborators this time around are longtime BFF Ashley Monroe, The Voice alum Gwen Sebastian, Irish singer-songwriter Foy Vance, and country music songwriting superstars Shane McAnally, Liz Rose, Rodney Clawson, Josh Osborne and many more. See below for the complete songwriting credits.
Frank Liddell, Glenn Worf, and Eric Masse share producing duties on the album. The Weight of These Wings is available for pre-order beginning Friday.