Megan Moroney Reveals New Album ‘Am I Okay?’ Is Coming: ‘I Love These Songs So Much’

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“Tennessee Orange” hitmaker Megan Moroney is set to release her upcoming album, Am I Okay?, on July 12 via Sony Music Nashville/Columbia Records. The project follows her 2023 major label debut album Lucky, which reached the top 10 on Billboard‘s Top Country Albums chart.

On Instagram, Moroney wrote, “MY SOPHOMORE ALBUM ‘AM I OKAY?’ IS OUT JULY 12TH!!! wowowow i can’t believe it’s happening again already 💙 my debut album came out 362 days ago & i’ve spent the past year doing nothing but touring, writing this record & basically living in the studio getting it ready for y’all. i love these songs SO much & i can’t wait for you to hear them! you can pre-order the vinyl now on my website (signed copies are also available)… and in case you forgot, TRACK 6, INDIFFERENT, IS OUT TONIGHT 😉💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙 OMGGG THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SUPPORTING ME & MY MUSIC I COULD CRY”

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Moroney has already released two songs from the 14-song album, including “28th of June” and “No Caller ID,” with a third song, “Indifferent,” releasing tonight.

Moroney also heads into the May 16th ACM Awards with six nominations, including female artist of the year and song of the year (“Tennessee Orange”).

“I’m also really proud of the song of the year, because I care so much about my songwriting and my songwriter friends,” Moroney previously told Billboard. “I think it’s all just insane. It is a dream to be nominated and to be the top female nominated this year, I’m just like, ‘What the heck?’”

Meanwhile, Moroney is set to appear at CMA Fest in downtown Nashville in June, and is opening shows for Kenny Chesney. Earlier this year, Moroney closed out the country radio-aimed New Faces Show during Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, where she gave radio programmers an early glimpse into new music from the project.

See her album announcement below:

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