The Chicks are back at it.
After a 13-year hiatus, the Dixie Chicks will reportedly be returning with a new album soon.
Natalie Maines, the group’s lead singer, recently posted an Instagram video that teases the release of an upcoming album. According to USA Today, the video features Maines saying “Dixie Chicks” followed by band mates saying “Album” and “Coming” followed by producer Jack Antonoff saying “Someday.”
Founded by Laura Lynch, Robin Lynn Macy and Martin and Emily Erwin, the Dixie Chicks was formed in 1989. However, Macy and Lynch left the band, with Macy leaving in 1992 and Lynch leaving around 1995.
Natalie Maines joined the band in 1995, and the band began to take a more contemporary direction, in contrast to their original bluegrass sound.
The band’s new lineup released their debut album Wide Open Spaces in 1998. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Country Album and the group won the Grammy for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for “There Your Trouble.”
They repeated the win for Best Country Album with Fly, also being nominated for Album of the Year.
The Dixie Chicks’ last album, Taking the Long Way, was released in May 2016. In the 2007 Grammy Awards, the album swept the ceremony, winning Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Best Country Album and Song of the Year.
There is no indication when the new album will be released.