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Sugarland will release their first new studio album in eight years on June 8th. Titled Bigger, the LP reunites core members Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush, who took a five-year hiatus after concluding their last tour in 2012.
Bigger includes 11 new songs, 10 of them written by Nettles and Bush. The outlier “Babe” comes courtesy of Taylor Swift, who co-wrote the song with Train’s Pat Monahan. Swift also appears on the track, which marks the second song that Swift has written for a country act since making her megastar transition to pop. Her song “Better Man” was cut by Little Big Town for 2017’s The Breaker.
Other songs on Bigger include Sugarland’s current single, “Still the Same,” and “Love Me Like I’m Leaving,” which Nettles and Bush penned with Tim Owens, who also co-wrote their 2007 Number One “Settlin’.”