Maren Morris spreads her wings on her album titled 'GIRL' which contains 14 tracks ranging from country to pop genres. The album features the track "Good Woman" co-written by Canadian singer/songwriter Kathleen Edwards, plus guest vocals by Grammy winner Brandi Carlile on "Common" and CMA Duo of The Year winners Brothers Osborne on "All My Favorite People".
Girl is where Morris makes her pop move. She's stretching out musically, going for more of a Selena Gomez-Camila Cabello vibe. She got a taste of the Top 10 last year with 'The Middle,' her surprise EDM hit with Zedd and Grey, which clearly whetted her pop appetite. The high points on Girl have major emotional reach. 'A Song for Everything' follows in the style of 'My Church,' as she sings about music memories: 'What's your time machine?/Is it Springsteen or 'Teenage Dream'?' (Weird footnote: Morris yearns for the good old days 'back when Coldplay still played clubs.')
A year after crossing over with an invitation to 'meet me in the middle,' one of pop-country's leading lights retreats to home turf and continues to be master of her domain. GIRL reminds us just how broad that terrain is, aesthetically and otherwise. Though its foundation is a batch of genre-flouting love songs rivaling Golden Hour's beauty and sophistication, it also has solidarity anthems for women, easygoing down-home folks, and humanity at large, plus one about music's power to intwine itself with our memories. On that tune she intones, 'There's a song for everything.' At this rate someday there will be a Maren Morris song for everything.
- Vinyl LP
- Lemon Yellow Vinyl
- The Feels
- All My Favorite People - feat. Brothers Osborne
- A Song For Everything
- Common - feat. Brandi Carlile
- Make Out With Me
- Gold Love
- Great Ones
- To Hell & Back
- The Bones
- Good Woman