Miranda Lambert has released a two-disc monster album that tells the story of a breakup, heartbreak and breaking through it all to get back on the horse.
The Weight of These Wings, Miranda’s eighth studio album, is almost completely self-written with just 4 of the 24 songs coming from other songsmiths and comes after her extremely public breakup with Blake Shelton.
“Tin Man,” the first track on the second disc, starts off with uncompressed acoustic guitar and some soft synthesizer in the background, with only a single bass drum coming in later.
Soft and clean, the guitar and vocals are reminiscent of simple hits like “The House that Built Me.”
The theme becomes evident early in the song as she tells the Tin Man “If you ever felt one breaking, you’d never want a heart.”
We hope you enjoy this week’s entry into the CDN Music Night Playlist.