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Margo Price Is "Unstoppable, Unsinkable, Uninhibited" (The New York Times)

Margo Price Is “Unstoppable, Unsinkable, Uninhibited” (The New York Times)

New Album Strays Out Today, Featuring Sharon Van Etten, Lucius, Mike Campbell & Producer Jonathan Wilson:



Headline Tour Includes LA's Fonda Theatre, NYC's Webster Hall, Nashville's Ryman Auditorium & Dozens More Shows Beginning This Month


Today, Margo Price unleashes Strays, her "strongest, most cohesive record yet" (Rolling Stone). Featuring "volcanic vocal performances and sharp character studies" (Vulture), as well as Sharon Van EttenLucius, and The Heartbreakers' Mike Campbell, the record "struts through big-hearted indie country, honky-tonk stomp and '70s guitar-explosion psychedelia" (The New York Times). Produced by Jonathan WilsonStraysserves as a resilient proclamation of freedom for Price, who surmounts a lifetime of loss, lies, trauma and substance abuse with ten new songs that prove her place as an independent artist, singular storyteller and endlessly experimental explorer, with so much to say but nothing to prove. 

Listen to Strays, out everywhere via Loma Vista Recordings, and tune into CBS Mornings on Monday for a deeper look into the inspiring path Price took to get here

While much of Strays was written in a South Carolina cottage - during six days that the Nashville-based Margo Price spent eating psychedelic mushrooms with her husband and musical partner Jeremy Ivey - the album was primarily recorded in California's Topanga Canyon. There at Jonathan Wilson's studio in the summer of 2021, Price and her longtime band of Pricetags channeled their telepathic abilities into their best recording sessions and most ambitious array of sounds, styles and arrangements to date. As previewed on singles such as "Been To The Mountain," the chart-topping "Change of Heart," and the prescient "Lydia," which The New York Times and PAPER both called one of the Best Songs of 2022, Price sings unabashedly about self-worth, bodily autonomy and a woman's right to choose. Across the rest of the LP, she writes about losing herself in sex, overcoming marital conflict, tuning out haters, the aftermath of quitting drinking and more, as "Strays bursts with easy confidence and kind, stoic pearls of wisdom" (Pitchfork). 

Strays was named one of the most anticipated albums of 2023 by TIME, New York Magazine and others, and Price's memoir Maybe We'll Make It was hailed as one of the best music books of 2022 by Variety, Rolling Stone, Forbes, Rough Trade and SPIN. Read about the creation of each in a career-spanning profile written by Melena Ryzik for The New York Times, "The Unstoppable, Unsinkable, Uninhibited Margo Price."

On January 30th, Margo Price will return to the road for the continuation of 'Til The Wheels Fall Off, a headline tour that Pitchfork just listed as one of the most anticipated of the year. The lengthy run will bring her and her band to LA's Fonda Theatre, NYC's Webster Hall, Nashville's Ryman Auditorium and two dozen other shows and counting, with tickets available at


Strays Tracklist

Been To The Mountain

Light Me Up (ft. Mike Campbell)

Radio (ft. Sharon Van Etten)

Change of Heart

County Road

Time Machine

Hell In The Heartland

Anytime You Call (ft. Lucius)




Praise For Strays

"The Unstoppable, Unsinkable, Uninhibited Margo Price…Strays struts through big-hearted indie country, honky-tonk stomp and '70s guitar-explosion psychedelia"

The New York Times


"Another impressive showcase for Price's skills as author and troubadour, featuring volcanic vocal performances and sharp character studies"



"Price has never quite sounded more in command of detail and scene setting"

Rolling Stone


"Strays bursts with easy confidence and kind, stoic pearls of wisdom"



"A potent, genre-spanning opus that's rooted in Americana, but stretches into glittery pop, squelching rock and psychedelia"

NPR Music 


"Strays brilliantly rattles through country, psych and Patti Smith-style poetic rock'n'roll...powerful lyrical gut-punches"

The Guardian, ★★★★


"Excellent...her strongest and most collaborative album yet"

The Daily Beast


"A 10-song wallop of an LP that tackles everything from Price's sobriety journey to abortion rights to the female orgasm to her own self-acceptance and self-destructive tendencies"



"Sonically brave and lyrically obstinate, a rare delight that stands out from its counterparts"

NME, ★★★★


"Some of the most focused, pointed lyrics of her career"



"Price remains one of the best chroniclers of our fraught political moment, as

'Lydia' is a testament"



"There's proof of Price's growth - as an artist and observer - on every track"



"Further proof of Price's gift for not only telling her own powerful stories, but also those of the downtrodden en masse"



"A thrilling step forward in a career that's already made Price one of the most intriguing

voices in music"



"Her weirdest and wildest record yet, but also her wisest"



"Further spotlights her melodic gifts and deeply soulful singing"

MOJO, ★★★★


"This is an album to cherish"



Margo Price Tour Dates 

1/30 - Asheville, NC - Orange Peel %

1/31 - Atlanta, GA - Variety Playhouse %

2/2 - Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall &

2/3 - Austin, TX - Scoot Inn &

2/4 - Dallas, TX - Granada Theater &

2/6 - Phoenix, AZ - Crescent Ballroom $

2/7 - San Diego, CA - The Observatory North Park $

2/9 - Los Angeles, CA - Fonda Theatre $

2/10 - San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore $

2/11 - Arcata, CA - Van Duzer Theatre $

2/13 - Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom $

2/14 - Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom $

2/15 - Seattle, WA - The Showbox $

2/17 - Bozeman, MT - The Elm $

2/19 - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue $

2/20 - Madison, WI - Majestic Theatre $

2/21 - Chicago, IL - Vic Theatre $

2/22 - Indianapolis, IN - The Vogue $

2/24 - Toronto, ON - The Phoenix Concert Theatre #

2/25 - Detroit, MI - Majestic Theatre #

2/27 - Burlington, VT - Higher Ground Ballroom #

2/28 - Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club #

3/2 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club #

3/3 - Philadelphia, PA - Theatre of Living Arts #

3/4 - New York, NY - Webster Hall #

3/9 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium !

3/22 - Boise, ID - Treefort Music Festival

6/22 - Pendleton, OR - Jackalope Jamboree 

8/5 - Boston, MA - Leader Bank Pavilion*

8/6 - Portland, ME - Thompson's Point* 

8/10 - Philadelphia, PA - The Met*


% w/ The Deslondes

& w/ Daniel Donato's Cosmic Country

$ w/ Lola Kirke

# w/ Tre Burt

! w/ Jessi Colter

* w/ Tyler Childers



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