Ryan Adams debuts song 'Doylestown Girl' ahead of 3 new albums

Rachel Kurland
January 11, 2019 - 12:25 pm
Singer-songwriter Ryan Adams

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PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Ryan Adams has big plans in 2019, and they start in Bucks County.

Adams revealed his newest song this week called "Doylestown Girl," a track on his upcoming album "Bad Colors."

Adams tweeted Monday that he wants to once again release three records in one year, like in 2005 when he made "Cold Roses," "Jacksonville City," and "29."

The singer-songwriter teased "Big Colors" on Twitter throughout the week, and debuted "Doylestown Girl" on WXPN Thursday morning.

Adams also recorded the track at Siren Records in Doylestown. 

"Big Colors," produced by Grammy-award-winning Latin producer Beatriz Artola, will be released on April 19. A second album is called "Wednesday," but the title of the third is unknown.