During her stop at this year's Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, breakthrough artist Maren Morris revealed which cut from her acclaimed album Hero will be her next single.
"I Could Use a Love Song" is one of the few downtempo tracks on the record, and showcases her more vulnerable side. Penned by Morris, Jimmy Robbins and Laura Jeanne Veltz, the pleading tune will likely be another success for the talented 26-year-old.
But don't expect a run of the mill heartbreak track. Instead, Morris tries to revisit the comforting, hopeful feeling that comes from the one listen of a favorite love song. When the reality of relationships becomes all too real, sometimes music is the only thing to pull you through those dark times.
Morris is currently taking a break from the road before resuming her first-ever headlining tour. Haven't had the chance to catch her impressive live show? Along with her solo dates, she's set to perform at multiple festivals this summer, including Florida's Tortuga Festival.
She'll also act as support on Sam Hunt's upcoming 15 in a 30 tour with Chris Janson and Ryan Follese. You can find a full list of her upcoming tour dates here.
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