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Smith releases new video

Monday, December 16, 2019 – Caitlyn Smith released the live video for "Damn You For Breaking My Heart" from her sophomore album "Supernova," out March 13 on Monument Records.

"Damn You For Breaking My Heart" is the second track released from "Supernova," the follow-up to her 2018 debut "Starfire."

Smith will open for Little Big Town on their The Nightfall Tour. Kicking off Jan. 17, the tour will run through May 2.

The track listing is:
1. Long Time Coming
2. Damn You For Breaking My Heart
3. Put Me Back Together
4. All Over Again
5. I Don't Wanna Love You Anymore
6. Supernova
7. I Can't
8. Rare Bird
9. Midnight in NYC
10. Fly Away
11. You Make Me Feel Like
12. Lonely Together

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