Maren Morris To Release Expanded Version of ‘HERO’ Album

Maren Morris will expand on her ACM, CMA and GRAMMY nominated debut album HERO when the deluxe version of the project drops this Friday, March 17. In addition to the 11-songs previously released in June 2016, three new songs will be including on the track listing.

“Bummin’ Cigarettes,” “Space” and “Company You Keep” will all appear on HERO Deluxe and may be familiar to some fans as she’s played each track live during her sold out HERO Tour 2017.

Coinciding with the announcement of the new deluxe album is the reveal of Morris’ first tour across the United Kingdom and Ireland. The tour, which officially kicks off in Dublin, Ireland on November 12, will bring Morris to seven cities across the UK and Ireland. Country newcomer Ryan Hurd, who also happens to be Morris’ boyfriend, will join the GRAMMY-winning singer as her supporting act. Tickets for the international leg of The HERO Tour 2017 go on sale this Friday, March 17. Visit marenmorris.com/tour for more information.

Recently, Morris announced plans to send “I Could Use A Love Song,” which she co-write alongside Laura Veltz and Jimmy Robbins, to country radio as the third single from HERO. The track follows “80s Mercedes” and her Top 5 smash, “My Church.”

The HERO Tour 2017 UK/Ireland Tour Dates:
November 12 Dublin – Academy
November 13 Glasgow – ABC
November 15 London – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
November 17 Birmingham – O2 Institute 1
November 18 Bristol – Anson Rooms
November 20 Manchester – O2 Ritz
November 21 Sheffield – Leadmill

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