The Dixie Chicks return next Friday on Taylor Swift’s "Lover" album

Valheria RochaThere’s new music from the Dixie Chicks on the way -- all thanks to Taylor Swift.

Taylor foreshadowed her collaboration with the trio earlier this year in her “Me!” video: If you look closely, you’ll see a picture of the Chicks hanging on the wall behind Taylor’s duet partner, Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco, starting :36 into the video.

The Easter egg started rumors Taylor was cooking something up with Natalie MainesEmily Strayer, and Martie Maguire.

On Friday, Taylor confirmed it, releasing the track listing for her new album, Lover, which comes out August 23. The Dixie Chicks appear on cut twelve, on a song titled “Soon You’ll Get Better.”

Back in June, Natalie Maines hinted even more may be coming from the controversial Grammy winners, sharing a short video on Instagram where the trio simply said, “Dixie Chicks album coming -- someday,” adding the hashtag #dcx2019.

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