Internationally acclaimed, chart topping (and Obama approved) artist Gin Wigmore has debuted her brand new stellar track titled ‘Dirty Mercy’.
Available on all digital platforms, the gritty new tune comes just in time for her highly anticipated Let It Ride tour which kicks off on November 19th in Mexico City. Gin and her band will then roll onto North America with 11 headlining dates starting on November 23rd in New Orleans, making stops in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, amongst other states, and winding up in Albany, NY on December 9th.
‘Dirty Mercy’ offers fans a glimpse of what’s to come in 2017 from the young New Zealander who has also confirmed today that an album is in the works and set for release next Spring. "I made sure I came out swinging with this one.” Gin explains of the new track. “I had always wanted to write a song with this sort of energy. A little trashy, kinda pissed off, whilst still retaining my love for a solid melody. ‘Dirty Mercy’ is a song that really represented where my head was at when I first began this venture into my next album.”
Currently, Gin has been busy writing and recording in Nashville and Los Angeles and plans to reveal more music and details on her forthcoming release very soon.
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