Ashley McBryde has released a new track, “First Thing I Reach For,” a song from her upcoming second studio album, Never Will, due out on April 3.
The accompanying video shows McBryde and her band enjoying some downtime and going onstage.
The song is about the vices and bad habits McBryde wants to quit.
“Now that I’ve a smoke, even though I can hardly breathe/The first thing I reach for is the last thing I need,” she sings, addressing a lover she can’t (or refuses to) see.
The final lines go like this: “Oh the last thing I need is to need you like I do. And the first thing I reach for is anything but you.”
McBryde co-wrote the song with Mick Holland and Randall Clay.
She previously released “One Night Standards,” “Hang in There Girl” and “Martha Divine” from the upcoming album.
Jay Joyce, who produced McBryde’s Warner Music Nashville debut, Girl Going Nowhere, is the producer of Never Will.
McBryde will be supporting Luke Combs on his “What You See Is What You Get” tour this April.
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