Maddie & Tae Debut New Song “One Heart To Another”

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When Country Radio Seminar comes around each year, it gives artists a chance to share their new music with radio programmers from around the country. It allows artists to showcase their music in front of the gatekeepers that chose to play their songs.

During the Universal Music Group luncheon that shared performances from Luke Bryan, Brothers Osborne Kip Moore, Dierks Bentley, Darius Rucker, Keith Urban as well as newcomers Travis Denning and Kassi Ashton, Maddie & Tae’s Taylor Dye and Maddie Marlow, were introduced by their new label and the girls hit the stage with renewed pep in their step.

After their record label closed it’s doors last year and then openly discussing the lows they faced following the loss of their record deal, Maddie & Tae have found a new home within the Universal Music Group family and are excited to release new music.


“This is a really cool full-circle moment for Maddie and I, because five years ago, when we first moved to Nashville, we actually came to this show,” Taylor told the industry audience. “We had no idea what we’re doing — we still have no idea what we’re doing.”

The dynamic duo performed a brand new song, “One Heart To Another,” that has the ladies giving a warning to the next lover of an ex lover. “One Heart to Another” is the first new music from Maddie & Tae since 2016’s “Sierra,” featured on their debut album Start Here.

“One heart to another / From one ex to the next lover / It gets good, but it don’t get better / He’ll make you feel like it’s forever / From one ex to the next lover / He goes from one heart to another.”

Maddie & Tae posted a photo of their performance on Instagram, along with the caption that read, “country music, nashville, mother church, new song, radio friends & UMG. Solid Tuesday!”

Solid indeed. If “One Heart To Another,” is a taste of what’s to come, you can bet that Maddie & Tae are here to stay.

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