From ‘The Heart': Miranda Lambert Explains ‘Weight of These Wings’ Disc 2
Miranda Lambert will reveal her The Weight of These Wings album on Friday, and the singer has been sharing with fans some of the inspiration behind the release. The double-disc album will have two sides — 'The Nerve' and 'The Heart' — and in a new video posted to social media, the singer explains 'The Heart' portion of her upcoming release.
The short clip begins with Lambert walking alone on a dirt path with her guitar in hand as she reads off the dictionary definition of 'heart.' She pauses, noting how important it is to her that the heart is connected with imagination.
"I love that imagination is connected with heart. You would think it's just your creative brain, but it really starts in your heart," she shares. "So much of what I love as a musician, songwriter, the music that I listen to has to do with heart."
A short and sweet clip, Lambert's sensitive side is shown as the camera pans to her singing in a bathroom, swinging on the swings in a park and drawing a heart in the sand. All the while, a clip of "Tin Man" — one of the songs off 'The Heart' compilation — are showcased. Lambert co-wrote the song with Jack Ingram and Jon Randall.
The Weight of These Wings will be released on Nov. 18. Lambert has also shared three other songs, “Highway Vagabond,” “Keeper of the Flame” and “We Should Be Friends,” which is the second single off the record following "Vice."
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