Maren Morris will release her new album, Humble Quest, on March 25. The album features lead single, Circles Around This Town.
Maren Morris has a brand-new album coming out on March 25 and she’s lined up a streaming deal with Amazon Music to perform it live for the first time.
Set for March 26 at 8 pm ET at New York City’s historic Sony Hall, the show will air live on Prime Video globally, plus the Amazon Music channel on Twitch and within the Amazon Music mobile app via Twitch. Australian viewers can tune in at 11am ADST on March 27.
She captioned: "It’s theater, darling! (sic) 🏙✨ To celebrate the release of Humble Quest, I’ll be doing a special live concert in NYC that, with the help of @AmazonMusic, will be streamed globally on 3/26! Watch free on Prime Video and on the @AmazonMusic Twitch channel.”
It’s theater, darling! 🏙✨— MAREN MORRIS (@MarenMorris) March 21, 2022
To celebrate the release of Humble Quest, I’ll be doing a special live concert in NYC that, with the help of @AmazonMusic, will be streamed globally on 3/26! Watch free on Prime Video and on the @AmazonMusic Twitch channel. #HumbleQuest pic.twitter.com/FEyadKXXVx
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Morris began writing the songs on Humble Quest in the beginning of the pandemic as a series of major life changes unfolded—new motherhood, an upended career, the death of beloved friend and collaborator Michael Busbee and more, further compounded by lockdown. She felt control over life quickly slipping until she had a freeing realisation—she was never in control in the first place. It’s from this place of personal truth and clarity amid darkness that Morris’ most genuine songs yet began to flow, creating an important distraction from the times rather than a snapshot of them.
Produced by frequent collaborator Greg Kurstin and written alongside her husband and fellow country artist Ryan Hurd as well as Julia Michaels, Jimmy Robbins, Natalie Hemby, Laura Veltz and Jon Green, Humble Quest will contain 11 songs including her current single Circles Around This Town.
Morris first announced the album news on social media, sharing pictures from the album, along with a letter to fans in which she described the record as “country-er” than her last and “really hopeful.”
Morris wrote in part, “It turns out the pandemic did humble me. Shooting off my mouth one time too many humbled me, the death of a beloved friend and producer humbled me, motherhood and marriage humbled me. 'Humble' began to feel more like a grounded state of understanding oneself; not so much by being relatable to or understood by all.”
She concludes, “Am I humble enough now? Maybe. Or maybe I still haven’t found it yet. Or maybe, who gives a sh** as long as your friends and, most importantly, you know what your heart is all about? But here’s to taking the quest to find out.”
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