Guyton EP drops late May
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
– Mickey Guyton will release an EP on May 26, she disclosed via Facebook today.
Guyton, who starts touring with Brad Paisley on Friday, wrote, "I have been in the studio a lot over the last year getting this music ready for you all and I just couldn't wait any longer to share it. I have an EP with new music coming out on May 26th!!!!!! I can't wait for you all to hear it. This music means the world to me and so do you."
Guyton previously released an EP, "Unbreakable," in March 2014. The Texas native's current single is "Better Than You Left Me," which she had a hand in writing with Jennifer Hanson and Jenn Schott.
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