Morgan Wallen Set To Drop Highly-Anticipated Single "Lies Lies Lies" Following Record-Breaking Success

Morgan Wallen will make his headlining debut at BST Hyde Park on July 4 in London before the song's release. 

by Tiffany Goldstein - Jul 02 2024

Country music hitmaker Morgan Wallen, fresh off his record-breaking stint atop the Billboard Hot 100 with "I Had Some Help," is about to drop another bombshell with his latest track, "Lies Lies Lies." 

The highly anticipated track will be released on Friday, July 5. This new song is already stirring up buzz among fans and critics alike, as he dropped a version on YouTube in early March. The video was from his live Abbey Road Sessions, which was recorded at London's legendary Abbey Road Studios. 

The video has already racked in over 2 million views and positive praise from his devoted fandom.

"No doubt this will be one of his most successful songs," shared a fan. "Next No.1, hands down… we hear you, Wallen. Your true fans got your back regardless," added another. "I'm not even heartbroken, and this song is making me feel like I miss someone." 

The guitar-soaked track displays his recognizable twang and storytelling skills. The razor-sharp lyrics, penned by Jessie Jo Dillon, Josh Miller, Daniel Ross, and Chris Tompkins, portray a narrative about a man lying to himself to heal his broken heart. The Joey Moi-produced ballad has already become a fan favorite and occasionally a crowd-pleaser on his One Night At A Time tour. 

Ahead of the release, Wallen will make his headlining debut at BST Hyde Park on July 4. The lineup is stacked with Riley Green, ERNEST, Ella Langley, Alana Springsteen, Zandi Holup, and more. The show is expected to be an epic night under the London sky. 

Superfans in attendance will have the chance to snag exclusive "Lies Lies Lies" merch at the show. In true Wallen fashion, he's giving back too. A chunk of every ticket sold goes to The Morgan Wallen Foundation, with a special $20,000 boost earmarked for London Youth Choirs. LYC aims to enhance access to singing and music for underprivileged youth. 

"The Morgan Wallen Foundation combines my love of sports, music, and community service. Without sports and music, I don't know where I'd be," said Wallen on the official MWF website. "I know my life would look a whole lot different, so I want to give great opportunities to kids in these areas. In addition, MWF lends a helping hand when we see communities in need." 

With One Thing At A Time back on top of Billboard's Country Albums chart and his rapid rise with Post Malone on "I Had Some Help," Wallen's proving he's here to stay. 

"Lies Lies Lies" is set to drop hot, so get ready to immerse yourself in your feelings because this track is destined to send a shiver down your spine. 

Photo Credit: Cameron Baird.


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