Grammy Nominated Artist Margo Price Releases New Song ‘Stone Me’

Margo Price has released ‘Stone Me’, her first new song in over two years, out now on Loma Vista Recordings.

Price performed the song last night on Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, capping a special episode of the show with a bold proclamation:

Love me, hate me
Desecrate me
Call me a bitch
then call me baby
You don’t know me
You don’t own me
Yeah that’s no way
To stone me

Stream and download ‘Stone Me’ here.

Watch the Samantha Bee performance:

You can also see Margo’s interview with correspondent Sasheer Zamata here:

Margo says,

“After what feels like an eternity, I’m releasing a new song into the wild today. It’s been hard to keep everything I’ve been working on for the last year to myself and I’m so excited to share it.”

‘Stone Me’ follows what was a busy 2019 for Margo. She started the year with a Best New Artist Grammy nomination, toured with Chris Stapleton, performed at concert tributes to Loretta Lynn, Mavis Staples, and Dolly Parton – the latter of which aired on the NBC special, ‘Dolly Parton: 50 Years at the Opry’ – and released her own cannabis strain via Willie’s Reserve.

In December, Esquire, Billboard, and Pitchfork all named Margo’s last record, 2017’s All American Made, one of the top albums of the decade, with Esquire observing that “Price cemented her status as this generation’s Young or Nelson; a stark truth-teller of the finest degree.

You can find Margo Price online on her Official Website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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