Kree Harrison is readying her new album, Chosen Family Tree, due out Jan. 24, 2020, via Nashville-based indie label One Vision Music Group, and Billboard has the exclusive reveal of her sultry new single “Get Away With Anything” below.
The soulful “Get Away With Anything” follows Harrison’s reflective Chris Stapleton-penned single "I Love the Lie" and showcases the American Idol alum’s distinct country-rock edge. With a pulsating beat, haunting string features and soulful vocals, “Get Away With Anything” opens a new chapter for Harrison. The song was written by Joey Hyde, Austin Jenckes, Daniel Ross and Sarah Turner, and produced by Jordan Lehning, Skylar Willson and Harrison.
“‘Get Away With Anything’ is my favorite song from the album to perform live,” Harrison tells Billboard. “When I sing it, it reminds me of being in a relationship with someone who can do no wrong, like you’re under this love spell but you like it. It’s haunting and sexy and I love people’s reaction when they hear it.”