Miranda Lambert recently hit the road for a new tour, and she debuted a new song called "Track Record" on opening night. Lambert references the rumors about her own romantic past in the ironic new song.

Lambert is currently on the road on her Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour 2019, which runs through Nov. 23. The road trek kicked off Sept. 13 with a performance at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., and Lambert performed new songs from her upcoming album during the show. Click on the fan-shot video above to hear "Track Record," in which Lambert confesses that when it comes to her romantic life, she's had some ups and downs that are well-documented.

"I got a track record / A past as checkered / As the floor at the diner on Main Street / I'm a heart-wrecker / A runner under pressure," she sings in the chorus.

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Maren Morris, Elle King, Caylee HammackTenille Townes and Ashley McBryde all join Lambert on various dates of her new tour. Miranda Lambert tickets are available for the upcoming shows.

Lambert is scheduled to release her new album, Wildcard, on Nov. 1. In addition to "It All Comes Out in the Wash," which is the album's first single, she's let fans hear a country-punk song titled "Locomotive" and a New-Wave-slanted song titled "Mess With My Head." Lambert has also shared an optimistic track called "Bluebird" and her new collaboration with Morris, "Way Too Pretty for Prison," in addition to a song called "Pretty Bitchin'."

Lambert recently announced the cities and dates for her Wildcard Tour, which is slated for 2020.

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