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Reba unveils "Going Out Like That" video

Friday, March 13, 2015 – Reba McEntire offered a look at the new music video for "Going Out Like That" on the Today Show this morning.

McEntire said she would return to the show next month - her first in 10 years - to perform the lead single and chat about her forthcoming album "Love Somebody," out April 14 on Nash Icon Records.

Shot in Los Angeles, director TK McKamy captures McEntire "narrating" through her performance as separate clips of a heartbroken young woman reclaiming her zeal for life. As the lyrics and the beat-laden anthem encourage a night out, images in the video showcase resilience and empowerment as the scenes progresses.

Fans can pre-order the 12-song project beginning March 23 and will instantly receive "Enough" featuring Jennifer Nettles leading up to the release.

Songs on the CD are:
1. "Going Out Like That" (Rhett Akins, Ben Hayslip, Jason Sellers) *
2. "Enough" featuring Jennifer Nettles (Kelly Archer, Aaron Scherz, Emily Shackelton) **
3. "She Got Drunk Last Night" (Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally) *
4. "Livin' Ain't Killed Me Yet" (Tommy Lee James, Laura Veltz) *
5. "That's When I Knew" (Jim Collins, Ashley Gorley) **
6. "I'll Go On" (Ella Mae Bowen, Tommy Lee James) **
7. "Until They Don't Love You" (Shane McAnally, Lori McKenna, Josh Osborne) *
8. "Promise Me Love" (Nicole Fernandez, Jason Miller, Susan Ruth) *
9. "Just Like Them Horses" (Liz Hengber, Tommy Lee James) *
10. "Love Somebody" (Sam Hunt, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne) *
11. "Love Land" (Tom Douglas, Rachel Thibodeau) *
12. "Pray For Peace" (Reba McEntire) ***

Target exclusive tracks are:
13. "Whatever Way It Hurts The Least" (Brandy Clark, Tommy Lee James, Josh Osborne) **
14. "More Than Just Her Last Name" (Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne) *

* Produced by Tony Brown and Reba McEntire

** Produced by James Stroud and Reba McEntire

*** Produced by Reba McEntire and Doug Sisemore

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