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March 22, 2024



Today, Sony Music Nashville/Columbia Records singer/songwriter Megan Moroney returns with her new song “28th of June” — a quietly gut-punching piano ballad that marks one of her most vulnerable offerings yet. Go here to listen to “28th of June” now.   Written by Moroney, Ben Williams, Mackenzie Carpenter, and Micah Carpenter, “28th of June” serves as the follow-up to “No Caller ID” — a January release that quickly set the record for the biggest Country female song debut in streams in the U.S., amassing 8.4 MILLION global streams in its first week alone. Like its predecessor, “28th of June” brings Moroney’s nuanced yet powerful songwriting to a bittersweet reflection on a broken relationship. This time around, the Georgia-bred artist explores one of the more devastating aspects of moving on from a breakup — the undeniable pain that hits when your would-be anniversary rolls around and stirs up so many hurtful memories (from the first verse: “Drank a bottle of red and opened up another/Danced around the room holding onto each other/Like we were never gonna let go/I was too naïve to know”).   Recorded at the legendary Blackbird Studio in Nashville and produced by her frequent collaborator Kristian Bush — who also helmed production on her widely lauded debut album LUCKY — “28th of June” sets Moroney’s storytelling to a breathtakingly sparse, piano-driven arrangement adorned with plenty of lovely details, including graceful steel-guitar tones and Moroney’s delicate background vocals. As she narrates all the different dimensions of her heartbreak (the sting of nostalgia, the empty comfort of sleeping alone in her ex’s shirt, the raw betrayal of being replaced), Moroney ultimately infuses the song with all the dreamy sensitivity and unflinching honesty that audiences have come to expect from one of Country’s brightest young stars.   The latest turn in what’s sure to be another powerhouse year for Moroney, “28th of June” arrives as Country’s It Girl has two singles in the Top 25 on Country radio: “I’m Not Pretty” (the magnetic opening track to LUCKY) and “Can’t Break Up Now” (her recent collaboration with Old Dominion). “28th of June” also follows the release of an all-acoustic version of “No Caller ID” from the Emo Cowgirl Live Sessions —check it out here. Along with dramatically expanding her following on TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube, “No Caller ID” earned raves from the likes of Rolling StoneAmerican SongwriterTaste of Country, and Holler (who hailed it as “enchantingly hazy” and noted that the song “pivots around the poignant juxtaposition between the sweet, intricate instrumentation and the incisive, melancholic edge of the lyricism”).   Next month, Moroney will embark on THE LUCKY 2.0 TOUR — a headlining run that sold out just five minutes after tickets went on sale in January. Solidifying her status as an in-demand headliner, her third consecutive headline tour kicks off on April 19 in Dothan, Alabama, and is currently set to continue through July 26 in Aspen, Colorado, with special guest Logan Crosbyas support. Soon after completing that run, she’ll head overseas for the GEORGIA GIRL TOUR: a 15-date headlining tour of the UK and Europe, beginning on September 4 in Cardiff, UK, and wrapping up on September 27 in Zurich, Switzerland. This spring and summer, Moroney will also take the stage at stadiums across the country as support for Kenny Chesney’s SUN DOWN 2024 TOUR, in addition to appearing at high-profile festivals such as Stagecoach in April and Lollapalooza in August. For full tour dates and ticketing information, visit   Thanks in part to the massive success of LUCKY — 2023 LP that propelled her to best-of-the-year lists from major outlets like The New York Times and Rolling Stone and delivered her 2X PLATINUM, No. 1 breakout “Tennessee Orange” — Moroney has emerged as one of five artists leading the nominations for the 2024 CMT Music Awards with three nodsFemale Video of the Year (“I’m Not Pretty”)Collaborative Video of the Year for “Can’t Break Up Now” with Old Dominion, and Digital-First Performance of the Year (“I’m Not Pretty” from CMT Digital Campfire Sessions). The fan-voted award show airs live from Austin, Texas, on April 7 at 8 PM ET/PT on CBS, and will be available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+ (vote at Moroney is also vying for three 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards; Best New Artist (Country), plus all-genre, fan-voted categories Favorite Debut Album and Social Star, broadcasting live April 1 at 8/7c on FOX (go here to vote now).
One of Country’s biggest breakout stars in recent years, Megan Moroney first burst onto the scene with her RIAA 2X PLATINUM hit single “Tennessee Orange” — an immediate smash showcasing her true-to-life storytelling, unforgettable vocals, and strong-minded yet fiercely sensitive point of view. Along with notching her first No. 1 at Country radio and landing on coveted lists like Los Angeles Times’ “100 best songs of 2023,” “Tennessee Orange” soon found the Sony Music Nashville/Columbia Records artist winning Breakthrough Female Video of the Year at the CMT Music Awards and making her debut appearances on major TV shows like TODAYJimmy Kimmel Live!Good Morning America, and New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash. A Georgia native who got her start singing covers with her dad and brother — and later began penning her own songs while studying accounting at the University of Georgia — Moroney made her massively acclaimed full-length debut with 2023’s LUCKY: a powerhouse body of work that turned up on best-of-the-year lists from leading outlets like The New York TimesRolling StoneBillboard, and The Associated Press (who hailed her as a “Gen Z songwriter with Taylor Swift-level acuity”). Produced by Kristian Bush and built on a timeless collision of Country, Folk, and Southern Rock, LUCKY also revealed the lived-in intimacy and electrifying impact of her songwriting on tracks like “I’m Not Pretty” (her current single, praised by Billboard as a “cheeky, defiant clapback”). As she continued her meteoric rise, the Nashville-based musician earned nominations by CMA, ACM, and Billboard Music Awards, in addition to appearing at The GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles as part of its illustrious SPOTLIGHT series in the midst of her sold-out THE LUCKY TOUR — a fall 2023 run that brought her magnetic live show to iconic venues across the U.S. Recently featured on Forbes’ 30 Under 30, MusicRow’s Next Big Thing Class of 2024, and Country Radio Seminar’s New Faces of Country Music, she kicked off 2024 with her stunning new song “No Caller ID.” With more new music on the way — and over 928 MILLION total global streams to date — Moroney will join Kenny Chesney on his SUN DOWN 2024 TOUR and perform at high-profile festivals such as Stagecoach and Lollapalooza.