Listen to Lori McKenna’s Nostalgic New Single, “People Get Old,” From Upcoming Album, “The Tree”

Singer/songwriter Lori McKenna will follow up her 2016 Grammy-nominated album, The Bird & the Rifle, with the July 20 release of her 11th studio album, The Tree.

Produced by Dave Cobb, The Tree features 11 songs that Lori wrote or co-wrote, including lead single, “People Get Old,” which you can listen to below.

“I love people’s stories about their families—the way they tic and the ways we’re all crazy and love each other,” says Lori. “I hope my songs shine a little light on that for a second. Maybe our stories remind us of our families and what they give us. It’s beautiful, and sometimes we take it for granted.”

Lori, the songwriter behind Grammy-winning tunes “Girl Crush” and “Humble & Kind,” will embark on her The Way Back Home Tour this summer.

Listen to “People Get Old” below.

The Way Back Home Tour

June 14—Sylvania, OH—Centennial Terrace (supporting Alison Krauss)
June 15—Kettering, OH—Fraze Pavilion (supporting Alison Krauss)
June 29—Annapolis, MD—Rams Head On Stage
June 30—Northampton, MA—Iron Horse Music Hall
July 1—East Greenwich, RI—Greenwich Odeum
July 18—Boston, MA—City Winery
July 20—New York, NY—City Winery
July 21—Philadelphia, PA—World Café Live
July 22—Washington, DC—City Winery
August 3—Ann Arbor, MI—The Ark
August 4—Chicago, IL—City Winery
August 5—Minneapolis, MN—Dakota Jazz Club
August 15—Atlanta, GA—City Winery
August 16—Charlotte, NC—North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
August 17—Nashville, TN—CMA Theatre, Country Music Hall of Fame

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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