Miranda Lambert's Sassy New Song Is 'Pretty Bitchin''

Ellen von Unwerth
Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert is living easy on her new song “Pretty Bitchin’,” released Thursday (Sept. 5). The confessional tune has the singer admitting her flaws with acceptance alongside grungy guitars and a stomping beat.

“Well I’m a pretty hot mess, but hell I guess I’m pretty sure it’s a family tradition/ I’ve got a pretty good time in the checkout line with all the free press I’ve been gettin’/ It’s pretty bitchin’,” she croons.

“Pretty Bitchin’” is the latest song Lambert has released ahead of her new album Wildcard, out Nov. 1. It follows previous songs “Locomotive,” “Mess With My Head,” “Bluebird,” “Way Too Pretty for Prison” with Maren Morris and lead single “It All Comes Out in the Wash.”

“‘Pretty Bitchin’’ is so much fun," Lambert said in a statement. "Everything in it explains me … it talks about Airstreams, Tito’s, having a band and awesome fans. It’s a good thank you to life for being amazing and for getting to live this dream. It’s definitely pretty bitchin’.”

In support of her album, Lambert will hit the road this fall as part of her Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour. The trek will feature an all-female lineup, including Morris, Elle King, Ashley McBryde, Tenille Townes, Caylee Hammack and the Pistol Annies

Listen to "Pretty Bitchin'" below.

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