New Single From Margo Price “Change Of Heart”

Official Single from the New Album Strays, out January 13th on Loma Vista Recordings/Concord

Margo Price has been to the mountain, but today she returns: on January 13th, 2023, the singer, songwriter, soon to be published author, and Grammy-nominated generational talent will release her next album, Strays. From navigating her way through multiple lifetimes’ worth of loss, lies, failure and substance abuse, she has learned how to let go of trauma, pain and addiction, and this collection of ten original songs serves as a celebration of freedom in its many, feral forms. Extracting herself from expectations, musical genre and the material desires that drive the world, Price tackles demons of self-image, self-worth and more that came in the wake of her recent decision to quit drinking. She sings unabashedly about orgasms, love and bodily autonomy, all over her most layered, sonically ambitious and singular arrangements to date.

Produced by Margo Price and Jonathan Wilson (Angel Olsen, Father John Misty), Strays was primarily recorded in the summer of 2021, during a week spent at Fivestar Studio in California’s Topanga Canyon. While most of the songwriting took place the summer prior – during a six-day, mushroom-filled trip that Price and her husband Jeremy Ivey took to South Carolina – it was amongst the hallucinatory hills of western Los Angeles that Price experienced the best recording sessions of her career. Instilled with a newfound confidence and comfortability to experiment and explore like never before, Margo Price and her longtime band of Pricetags channeled their telepathic abilities into songs that span rock n roll, psychedelic country, rhythm & blues, and glistening, iridescent pop. Having been together since the days before Midwest Farmer’s Daughter, her 2016 debut that Rolling Stone named one of the Greatest Country Albums of All Time, Price and her band tracked live in the same room, simultaneously expanding upon and completely exploding the notions of every other album they have made together. With additional vocals from Sharon Van Etten, Mike Campbell and Lucius, plus strings, synthesizers and a breadth of previously untapped sounds, Strays is also Price’s most collaborative record yet.

“I feel this urgency to keep moving, keep creating,” says Margo Price. “You get stuck in the same patterns of thinking, the same loops of addiction. But there comes a point where you just have to say, ‘I’m going to be here, I’m going to enjoy it, and I’m not going to put so much stock into checking the boxes for everyone else.’ I feel more mature in the way that I write now, I’m on more than just a search for large crowds and accolades. I’m trying to find what my soul needs.”

Out today, new single “Change of Heart” was one of the first tracks that Price, Wilson and her band cut for Strays, its hypnotic riff and internal battleground of lyrics laying the foundation for the rest of the LP. Accompanied by another mind-bending journey of a music-video, directed by Courtney Hoffman, “Change of Heart” follows recently-released album preview “Been To The Mountain,” a rollicking epic that delivers an unshakable showcase of Price’s “hard-living swagger” (The New York Times).

In a run of over 30 headline shows announced today, Margo Price will bring the music of Strays across the US from late November through early March, including stops at Los Angeles’ Fonda Theater and New York’s Webster Hall, a return to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and much more. All of the newly added tour dates are on-sale at 10am local time this Friday, Sept 23rd, with presales beginning at 10am local time tomorrow. Find the full list of dates below, plus more information and tickets at

Before hitting the road with her band, Margo Price will also publish her debut memoir, Maybe We’ll Make It:

Out October 4th on University of Texas Press, and accompanied by an extensive book tour this fall, it tells her story of loyalty, loss, grief and forgiveness, from moving to Nashville with $57, to losing one of her newborn twin boys, pawning her wedding ring and facing rejection by almost every record label in town, to eventually reclaiming her power and fighting for the opportunity to be herself in the music business. “Margo’s book hits you right in the gut – and the heart – just like her songs,” says Willie Nelson.

New Single From Margo Price &Quot;Change Of Heart&Quot;, Yours Truly, News, June 23, 2024

Margo Price Tour Dates

  • 9/23 – Lewisburg, WV – Healing Appalachia
  • 9/24 – Raleigh, NC – Farm Aid
  • 10/4 – Nashville, TN – Grimey’s*
  • 10/5 – New York, NY – P&T Knitwear*
  • 10/6 – Brooklyn, NY – Greenlight Bookstore*
  • 10/8 – York, PA – White Rose Music Festival
  • 10/15-16 – Nashville, TN – Southern Festival of Books*
  • 10/17 – Lexington, KY – Joseph Beth Booksellers*
  • 10/18 – Louisville, KY – Carmichael’s Bookstore*
  • 10/20 – Traverse City, MI – National Writer’s Series*
  • 10/22 – Iowa City, IA – Prairie Lights*
  • 10/23 – Chicago, IL – Chicago Humanities Festival*
  • 10/24 – Winnetka, IL – The Book Stall*
  • 10/28 – Live Oak, FL – Suwannee Hulaween
  • 11/1 – San Francisco, CA – Green Apple Books on the Park*
  • 11/2 – Santa Cruz, CA – Bookshop Santa Cruz*
  • 11/3 – Los Angeles, CA – Vroman’s*
  • 11/5 – Austin, TX – Texas Book Festival*
  • 11/6 – Dallas, TX – Interbang Books*
  • 11/16 – Nashville, TN – Parnassus Books*
  • 11/29 – Fayetteville, AR – George’s Majestic Lounge
  • 11/30 – Baton Rouge, LA – Chelsea’s Live
  • 12/2 – Lake Wales, FL – Orange Blossom Revue
  • 12/3 – Charleston, SC – Music Farm
  • 12/5 – Charlotte, NC – Neighborhood Theatre
  • 12/6 – Louisville, KY – Headliners Music Hall
  • 1/30 – Asheville, NC – Orange Peel
  • 1/31 – Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse
  • 2/2 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
  • 2/3 – Austin, TX – Scoot Inn
  • 2/4 – Dallas, TX – Granada Theater
  • 2/6 – Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom
  • 2/7 – San Diego, CA – The Observatory North Park
  • 2/9 – Los Angeles, CA – Fonda Theater
  • 2/10 – San Francisco, CA – Fillmore
  • 2/11 – Arcata, CA – Van Duzer Theatre
  • 2/13 – Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
  • 2/14 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom
  • 2/15 – Seattle, WA – Showbox
  • 2/17 – Bozeman, MT – The Elm
  • 2/19 – Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
  • 2/20 – Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre
  • 2/21 – Chicago, IL – Vic Theatre
  • 2/22 – Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue
  • 2/24 – Toronto, ON – The Phoenix Concert Theatre
  • 2/25 – Detroit, MI – Majestic Theatre
  • 2/27 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground Ballroom
  • 2/28 – Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
  • 3/2 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
  • 3/3 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts
  • 3/4 – New York, NY – Webster Hall
  • 3/9 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium

*Maybe We’ll Make It Book Tour

Newly Announced Dates in BOLD

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