August 25th can’t get here soon enough…

Morgan Wade’s new studio album Psychopath is coming soon, and today, she revealed the 13-song tracklist which includes the two previously released singles in the title track and “80’s Movie.”

And based on “80’s Movie,” along with two new ones coming called “Guns and Roses” and “Alanis,” it sounds like she might be leaning into her more rock sensibilities and taste on this project more than she did on her last record Reckless.

You can hear part of “Fall In Love With Me” in the teaser below, along with see some behind the scenes footage from the studio:

“Just about a month to go until my new album, ‘Psychopath,’ is out on August 25th! Stoked to finally share the track list and can’t wait for y’all to hear these songs.”

This new album is Morgan’s sophomore studio record, and she says the album will focus on everything she’s been through since her aforementioned debut Reckless came out in 2021:

“With ‘Psychopath,’ we’ve done a really good job of moving on from ‘Reckless,’ to the next stage without it being so crazy different.

I’m excited, every song on there has its own sound and is completely different. The album goes into where I’m at in life right now.

Which is so busy. It’s about growing up and being older, and starting to feel like, ‘Is it time to settle down?’ I think you’ll see a lot of that on the record.”

She is currently out on the road playing tons of festivals this summer, and is gearing up to take some time off at the end of the year as she will undergo a preventative double mastectomy in November.

Psychopath tracklist:

1. “Domino”
2. “80’s Movie”
3. “Losers Look Like Me”
4. “Roman Candle”
5. “Guns and Roses”
6. “Alanis”
7. “Phantom Feelings”
8. “Psychopath”
9. “Outrun Me”
10. “Want”
11. “Fall In Love With Me”
12. “Meet Somebody”
13. “27 Club”


“80’s Movie”


Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

‘We’re not going to save the planet by bankrupting Britons’, says home secretary
‘We don’t want to diverge’ from EU, says Starmer
Bill would give LA County juvenile halls up to $1 billion in funding, if they aren’t shut down first
Clean tech ideal vs realities tested in Port of Los Angeles vote
Estevie Modernizes the ‘Classic Cumbia Norteña’ for Gen Z on ‘Como Yo’

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *