Mickey Guyton is all about empowerment in her new song, "Sister."

Guyton takes on the role of being a loyal support system in the uplifting track, which finds her supporting the women in her life against all odds. She makes a powerful statement in the song's opening line, acknowledging the struggle of feeling lost in a man's world while encouraging resilience.

Throughout the song, Guyton is the ultimate cheerleader, vowing to be there for her fellow females when in need, even during times of conflict or disagreement, pledging her endless support.

"Sister / I got your back on the long drunk stumble home / Sister / I'll be your hell yeah, when all you ever heard was no / I'm your speed dial call / I'm your late-night cry / I'm your shotgun seat / Yeah, I'm your ride or die / Sister," she proclaims in the chorus.

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“Sisterhood is truly what gets me through every day. I have two sisters, but anyone who knows me knows I call all the women in my life sister," Guyton shares in a press release. "I wrote this song during a time when I challenged myself to write more honestly, be more open about my feelings, and reflect on how I’ve been uplifted by so many women in my life. ‘Sister’ is about my love relationship with all my sisters, and how we lean on each other through highs and lows.”

Co-written by Guyton, Victoria Banks and Nathan Spicer, "Sister" marks the beginning of Guyton's new musical chapter as she continues to work on new material. She first appeared on the country scene in 2015 with her debut single, "Better Than You Left Me," which cracked the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. After stepping out of the spotlight for a period of time, she reemerged at the 2019 ACM Awards, performing "I'm Standing With You" from the film Breakthrough with film's star Chrissy Metz, along with Carrie Underwood, Maddie & Tae and Lauren Alaina. Guyton also co-wrote a track titled "I Hold On" that appears on the Breakthrough soundtrack.

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