Megan Moroney Announces Release Date For Highly Anticipated New Song, ‘No Caller ID’

The rising star’s newest song has already earned rave reviews on social media.

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Madeleine O’Connell

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January 11, 2024

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Megan Moroney; Photo by Cece Dawson, Courtesy of Instagram

Megan Moroney just revealed that her new song “No Caller ID” will officially drop on January 19. 

For the past week, Moroney has been heavily teasing the unreleased tune on social media, causing fans to plead for her to finally share it so that they can fully experience the song, which details the emotional rollercoaster of having an ex who can’t stay away. 

“huge day for the emo cowgirls who never move on from anything ever,” she wrote in her most recent social media post, announcing the upcoming release date.

“No Caller ID”

In the snippets she’s teased so far, Moroney is seen posing for the song’s cover art while donning a baby blue silk dress, a dainty hair bow, stylish cowboy boots and glamorous makeup to complete the look. The blue color scheme represents the sadness that can be heard throughout the song as the rising star dives into the story of an ex who continues to disrupt her healing journey over and over again.

“I’m two months deep in therapy / Been finally getting sleep / My friends quit checking up on me / ‘Cause I’m back on my feet / I’m doing more than getting by / I’ve been seeing a stand-up guy / It’s the middle of the night and my phone starts ringing,” she sings on a verse. 

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As the chorus hits, Moroney’s raspy vocals hold even more weight as the pain she felt from the heartbreak resurrects as that person comes back into her life. 

The tender melody filled with acoustic guitar strums and steady drum beats come to life in the chorus as she sings, “Here you come again and there you go / No coincidence, you always know / When I’m moving on you move back in / With a half-ass sorry and ‘how you been’ / Why do you do it? / Do you just hate losing? / Here you come again, who could it be? / It’s 3 am no caller ID,” 

“No Caller ID” is available for pre-save HERE

Megan Moroney Is Entering Her Next Chapter Of Music

This song comes hot on the heels of her first release of 2024, a cover of “What Are You Listening To?.” Penned by country hitmaker Chris Stapleton and Lee Thomas Miller,” the delicate tune stays on theme with Moroney’s catalog of relatable lyrics that easily make the listener reflect on their own lives. 

Her comforting vocals swell among the dreamy narrative that finds the main character thinking about that person who is no longer in their life and wondering what their up to and the kind of music that’s been playing through their speakers. 

Moroney sings, “What are you listening to? / Is it a cover band in some college town bar? / Where it’s na-na-na’s and air guitars / And is it something to get you through? / Just a sad song playing on the radio station / Tears still fallin’ and hearts still breakin’ / ‘Cause you’re hanging on / Or is it a love song about someone new? / What are you listening to?”

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Each of these new songs marks the first set of releases since her debut album, LUCKY, which dropped in the Spring of 2023, and the deluxe version that followed. These projects feature Moroney’s current chart-climbing single, “I’m Not Pretty,” the fan-favorite “Girl In The Mirror” and her first-ever chart-topping hit, “Tennessee Orange.”

Hitting The Road With Kenny Chesney In 2024

Megan Moroney will spend most of the year on the road in support of Kenny Chesney’s Sun Goes Down 2024 Tour. Presented by Blue Chair Bay® Rum, the trek marks Chesney’s return to stadiums and will begin April 20, 2024, at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium.

Other special guests include Uncle Kracker and multiple GRAMMY-winning Zac Brown Band. 

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Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.