Megan Moroney To Release “Man on the Moon” Next Friday


Freshly after announcing the release of her song “Never Left Me” from the “Twisters” soundtrack, country music’s current leading lady is already back with another single on the way next Friday. Megan Moroney has teased “Man on the Moon” for some time over the last few months, and it’s been a mainstay in her concerts as she tours the country with Kenny Chesney. The song is expected to be included on her forthcoming sophomore album “Am I Okay?” which will be out everywhere on July 12th.

The song is a sassy barn-burner that sees Meg wishing her ex could be jettisoned into space, never to be seen again. Much like the title track of her album Lucky, its spunk and attitude are its strongest qualities, backed by some electric, honky-tonk guitar lines.

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Since late 2022, Megan Moroney has steadily solidified her status as one of the best-known country singers on the scene today. Known for her charismatic writing and instantly recognizable twang, Moroney released her critically acclaimed debut album, which featured a blend of traditional country sounds with modern influences. The album’s singles “Tennessee Orange” and “I’m Not Pretty” quickly stormed the charts, earning her widespread recognition and a growing fanbase. Following her “Lucky” US tour and the subsequent “Georgia Girl” international run, Meg also snagged a few award show nods, including 2024 ACM New Female Artist of the Year.

Megan Moroney’s song “Never Left Me” from “Twisters” drops this Friday. “Man on the Moon will be available everywhere on June 7th.

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