Ashley McBryde Releases ‘Martha Divine’ Ahead Of New Album

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CMA New Artist of the Year Ashley McBryde relies on her Arkansas roots to infuse her blue-collar songwriting with grit and passion that can only come from real-life experiences, as manifested in “Martha Divine.” Co-written with Jeremy Spillman, produced by Jay Joyce and debuting today (Monday, Jan. 13), “Martha Divine” offers a modern-day take on a female vigilante, recalling the little sister in “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia” (Reba McEntire, Vicki Lawrence).

McBryde shared with NPR, “‘Martha Divine’ was so much fun to write because Jeremy Spillman (co-writer) wasn’t afraid to get weird with me. I told him I wanted to write something dark and we created this story that surrounds the most delightful trollop of a human being and gets down underneath the fingernails of the uncomfortable truth about family dynamics. I was certain no one would let me shoot a video that actually reflected the lyrics, but Reid Long helped me bring it to life in a way that only he could.”

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