Lindsay Ell debuted her new single “wAnt me back” on Friday (June 26), the song comes as one part of the anger portion of her forthcoming new album, Heart Theory, which will explore the seven stages of grief.
The song finds Ell teasing an ex-boyfriend on all they will miss after losing her, while showcasing confidence as she sings:
“if i were you, i’d miss my kiss
i’d miss me keeping you up all night
if i were you, i know that losing me
would make me lose my mind
you ain’t gonna find nobody like me
i’m the best you ever had and i’m always gonna be
so if i were you if i were you
i’d want me back too.”
“wAnt me back” was co-written by Ell alongside country superstar Kane Brown, Matt McGinn, Lindsay Rimes. The song will be featured on her forthcoming sophomore album, Heart Theory, which will be released on August 14. The album will be the follow-up to her 2017 album, The Project.
The guitar-driven, confident track stuns with clean guitar riffs and impressive vocals and is the second single from Ell’s much-anticipated new album, Heart Theory, and follows her single “I Don’t Love You.”
Ell teased fans on Instagram saying that the next song from the record comes out on July 7 and that the music video for “wAnt me back” will be coming “in a few weeks.”