Highwomen's Self-Titled Album Out Today

Rolling Stone says the group's album "aims to level the playing field as much as it aims to level you emotionally."

(Undated)  --  Country music's newest all-female group, The Highwomen, is releasing its debut album today. 

The group features Maren Morris, Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby and Amanda Shires.  

The self-titled album was produced by Dave Cobb at Nashville's RCA Studio A.

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