Miranda Lambert opens up on Blake Shelton divorce, says she's 'just going through stuff everybody else goes through'
'I kind of have my fire back and I'm not so internal and broody as I was four years ago,' said the singer while discussing her new album, 'Wildcard'.
Miranda Lambert is back with a bang as she releases her new album, which has been influenced by rock and country.
The album reflects a woman happily cracking jokes on her haters as she embraces a new chapter of her life and career. While discussing her seventh album, 'Wildcard', which will be out on Friday, she said, "I kind of have my fire back and I'm not so internal and broody as I was four years ago".
This will be Lambert's first solo record ever since releasing her 2016 album, 'The Weight of These Wings'. She had released her previous album post her divorce from 'The Voice' judge Blake Shelton and bagged album of the year at the Academy of Country Music Awards. As reported by Fox, Lambert shared, "I'm 35. I went through a divorce."
"I'm thankful that fans allowed me that time to do that. I'm just going through stuff everybody else goes through," she added. Lambert and Blake Shelton were married from 2011 to 2015.
She will be returning to that rock and roll sound in her 2005 debut, 'Kerosene', along with the help of producer Jay Joyce. Joyce had earlier played guitar on Lambert's records.
This time, he took on the role of producer for the singer. "Writing for this record, I don't know, I felt like the color came back, so the imaging reflects that and the songs reflect that. Even the wardrobe is a little bit brighter."
Lambert surprised many of her fans and followers earlier this year when she announced that she was getting married to NY police officer Brendan McLoughlin. She had opened up to People about how she is 'terrified' of gyms and said her new husband had been helping her get over her fear.
"He helps me because he’s so energetic and he’ll push me," she said.