RaeLynn releases "Love Triangle"
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RaeLynn releases "Love Triangle"

Wednesday, July 13, 2016 – RaeLynn released her first single, "Love Triangle," for her new label.

RaeLynn put out the song, which focuses on a broken marriage and its repercussions, on Warner Nashville after previously being on Big Machine. She co-wrote the song at 18 about her parents' divorce. The slow-paced song goes for adds on Aug. 1.

RaeLynn split from Big Machine where she charted three singles its Valory Music Co. group: the hit "God Made Girls," "Boyfriend" and "For a Boy." RaeLynn release the EP "Me" in January 2015, but never released a full-length CD for Valory.

There was no word on when she would release a CD for Warner. She signed with the label in June.


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