Maren Morris is getting her fans excited about her upcoming Humble Quest tour.
While the “Circles Around This Town” singer doesn’t kick off her tour until June 9, Morris treated fans to an inside glimpse at the tour bus that’ll be her home away from home while she’s on the road.
Morris filmed a three-minute tour of her bus, showing fans her mobile living space via TikTok.
The bus features a front lounge, kitchen area complete with a butcher block, refrigerator, and freezer, a fake fireplace, two bathrooms (including one shower), a series of bunks (including one that’s bolted in for Morris’ two-year-old son, Hayes), a back closet, and a storage area.
Morris said she’s mentioned her bus a few times in interviews now because she specifically had it “built out” for Hayes so she can bring him out on the road with her.
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Morris’ Humble Quest tour is to promote her third studio album of the same name. Morris released her album back in March of this year.
The album features songs such as lead single, “Circles Around This Town,” as well as title track, “Humble Quest,” “Background Music,” and “I Can’t Love You Anymore,” Morris’ collaboration with her husband and fellow country singer, Ryan Hurd.
Morris’ newest single, “Circles Around This Town” was inspired by the journey she took to achieve her dream of becoming a country singer and gives a nod to her earlier hits, “80s Mercedes” and “My Church.” The music video for the song, which finds Morris doing a little soul-searching, begins with an informercial narrated by Reba McEntire.
Morris has also shown some love to Humble Quest track, “I Can’t Love You Anymore” since her album’s release. Morris performed the song at this year’s CMT Awards with her husband, Hurd.
Additionally, a visualizer for the song’s official audio shows Morris performing beside Hurd, who plays the guitar while she sings.
Morris announced her plans for the Humble Quest tour back in March, a few weeks before her album was released. The tour will make stops in the U.S. and Canada, with Brent Cobb, Ruston Kelly, Joy Oladokun, Natalie Hemby, Lone Bellow, and Brittney Spencer serving as support.
Offstage, Morris shares two-year-old son, Hayes with husband, Hurd.