After the success of last year’s Love, Kylie, Kylie Morgan released her second EP P.S. “With my debut EP, Love, Kylie, I finally got to tell the world over a decade’s worth of stories I had only told my guitar, in six songs,” Kylie says of the transition of her work between releases. “But that was just the first few chapters. I am so excited to finish sharing this book of love letters from me to my fans with my new EP, P.S.”
Earlier this year, she released two singles as a preview of what was to come. “Independent With You” shares her desires to be her own woman yet still have that special connection a partner provides. “Love Like We’re Drunk” is a party anthem dedicated to letting go of inhibitions.
Her latest single released to radio on July 1 is “If He Wanted To He Would”. It’s a cautionary tale of a lothario who says all the right things but not the important things. “He ain’t Mr. Misunderstood / Quit lying to yourself / If he wanted to, he would”, she sings in the song. “Gucci” celebrates optimism when the chips are down. “Mean Girls” shows how she rises above when haters try to get the best of her. Walker Hayes helps out by lending his voice to “Country Anyway”, a track about a loser ex who sticks around Nashville for no reason.
“I’ve been so blessed to have a lot of answered prayers and pinch me moments in my career, but getting to play my first stadium [during CMA Fest] – and debut my next single off this project – in my current home of Nashville will be hard to beat,” Kylie says. There will be so many more great stories for Kylie Morgan to share with fans following this post script, will her next EP be called P.P.S.? Who knows! Stream P.S. below. Make sure to follow Kylie Morgan on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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