Mickey Guyton is singing for female solidarity on her uplifting new song "Sister." "More than offering a shoulder on which to lean, Guyton promises to be there for the less memorable moments as well as the ones that carry more gravity," Rolling Stone writes about the three-minute track, which dropped late last week. The outlet also calls the song--which Guyton co-wrote with Nathan Spicer and Victoria Banks--"a soaring anthem of solidarity and support" with "a knockout vocal performance from Guyton." After contributing the song "Hold On" to the Breakthrough soundtrack earlier this year, Guyton is reportedly working on more new music with Forest Glen Whitehead, who produced “Sister” and co-produced both of Kelsea Ballerini’s full-length albums.
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