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Maddie & Tae Go from High-Octane Guitars to Acoustic Fiddle and Steel on Their First Two Singles

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By Music News Group

CMAMaddie & Tae‘s new album, Start Here, is out this week. If you’ve heard it, you’ll notice the high-octane production on the lead single, “Girl in a Country Song,” isn’t carried out through the rest of the album. In fact, most of the tracks sound more like the acoustic, harmony-driven second single, “Fly.” Maddie & Tae only adopted that heavier sound on “Girl in a Country Song” as a vehicle for the lyrics, which make fun of the way women are portrayed in a lot of male country singers’ recent hits.

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