Maddie & Tae Plot New EP Release For October

Maddie & Tae are releasing part two of their album on Oct. 18 with the new EP Everywhere I’m Goin’. The new EP was produced by Jimmy Robbins and Derek Wells, and is anchored by the new single “Bathroom Floor,” written by Maddie & Tae along with Josh Kerr.

The duo’s current single “Die From A Broken Heart,” continues to strike a deep connection, tallying over 75 million global streams, helping to propel the pair as the Best Streaming Country Female Duo of all time with 686 million streams worldwide. Meanwhile, “Die From A Broken Heart’s” videos have mounted over 17.4 million views total, catapulting Maddie & Tae as the top video streaming female artist(s) on Billboard’s Top 200 Streaming Chart for current tracks for multiple weeks.

The EP follows the album’s first part released earlier this year, and is a continuation of stories of love, loss and redemption. The project features the title track and “Trying On Rings,” a true-to-life reflection for Marlow and her fiancé. The two also reunite with former tourmate Dierks Bentley on a vocal firepower duet, “Lay Here With Me,” and rounding out the project is “Ain’t There Yet,” an honest interpretation of healing after heartbreak.

“We are so excited to keep telling our story through this next collection of songs,” said Marlow. “We are so proud to have co-written all of these songs as well. This project as a whole is super personal, but these five songs in particular take you on an even deeper dive into our lives.”

“We were absolutely blown away by the reaction to the first part of the album,” adds Dye. “Hearing our fans relate to our stories is something that will never get old. We can’t wait to continue to show more of our hearts and journey through this next chapter of music.”


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