Kaitlin Butts performs unreleased new song ‘Roadrunner’

Let’s start the countdown now…

Kaitlyn butt returned to the country music scene in a big way last year with the release of what else can she do, her first album since her debut in 2015, which featured great songs like “It Won’t Always Be This Way”, “Blood”and “In the Pines”.

Then right at the end of the year she fell Sad Yeehaw Sessions EP, A 5-song acoustic project that featured a duet with Flatland Cavalry’s husband and lead singer Cleto Cordero on the Brad Paisley/Allison Krauss classic “Whiskey Lullaby.”

This will move any grown man to tears…

Well, the Oklahoma native is back again, this time performing an unreleased song at MusicFest in Steamboat, Colorado that’s sure to be a sonic change for her.

Most of their songs have been sad and reflective so far, but this one is shaping up to be a boot stomp.

Titled “Roadrunner,” she begins the song with a checklist of things, places, and landmarks she’s seen along the way, before making the second half of the first verse more self-reflective but still sticking to the upbeat, free-spirited tune that is quite refreshing to hear her burst into it.

This song seems best suited for a full band, so I’m very interested to hear if this is a standout standalone on the new album, or if she’s taking a chance and throwing out some speedier honky-tonkers.

Anyway, I’ll be tuning in the second this album is released.

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