Elle King ¦ Come Get Your Wife

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Come Get Your Wife is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter and musician Elle King, released on January 27, 2023, via RCA Records. Co-produced by King and Ross Copperman, it is King's first album since 2018's Shake the Spirit. King co-wrote eight of the album's thirteen tracks.

The album was preceded by the singles "Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)" and "Worth a Shot". The former of which reached number one on the Country Airplay chart, becoming the first female duet to reach the top of the charts in almost thirty years following Reba McEntire and Linda Davis' "Does He Love You" in 1993.

Come Get Your Wife debuted at number 53 on the US Billboard 200 and number 11 on the Top Country Albums charts with 13,000 album-equivalent units.[2]

Background

King revealed that the title came from a phrase that country singer Chris Young shouted to her partner while they were competing in "wild bar games" while filming the show Barmageddon and quipped “Thanks for the album title, babe” in the Instagram caption, alongside the statement “Each track comes from influences of all genres, and I now know country music is where I belong.”[3] Discussing the project, she explained “This whole album is a crazy quilt of all sorts of moments and things that might not seem to go together, but because they're me, they do. It's very Southern Ohio, very who we are - and very much a lot of people who are just like me, because I know they're out there.”[4]

When discussing the genesis of the album, King explained that, following the success of the single "Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)", King's team explained that she would have to commit to a full-blown country album if she wanted to maintain the same level of success and radio play in the genre, which initially worried her, as she had just finished recording a pop-leaning album with producer Greg Kurstin which she had to decide not to release in favor of writing and recording Come Get Your Wife. King, who had recently given birth to her son at the time, was told that taking time off would jeopardize her chance to capitalize on her recent success, so she requested that her team utilize the rich songwriting community in Nashville to find some songs for the album that she could pair with songs she had already written herself. She stated that she was initially only pitched songs written specifically for female artists but felt they didn't tend to "fit her vibe", and requested songs that were either written specifically for men or for an artist of any gender. After hearing the song "Out Yonder", King had the writers, Ella Langley, Bobby Hamrick and Matt McKinney brought onto her tour bus for two days to write with her, with the quartet ultimately producing four songs for the project. Once she had all of the songs, King and producer Ross Copperman recorded the majority of the album live with the band in two days.[5]

Speaking to People, King explained that she felt she was able to be more vulnerable on this album in comparison to her previous record Shake the Spirit, noting “Now I'm in a place where I have nothing to hide. I'm much more comfortable with being vulnerable. I don't have to be so defensive, I can just be open. This whole album and everything is revealing a lot more about myself, because now I'm much more comfortable because I have nothing… It's not that I don't have anything to prove, because I'll always prove it to you. I will. I love to. But I'm being much more revealing about my life and about a part of my life that I've been so protective of, which is where my family's from and where my family still lives in Ohio, and what truly made me who I am and what brought me here.”[6]

Singles

The album's lead single "Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)", a duet with country artist Miranda Lambert, was released on February 26, 2021, and subsequently reached number one on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in April 2022.[7][8] King previously collaborated with Lambert on a 2019 cover of "Fooled Around and Fell in Love" alongside Maren Morris, Tenille Townes, Ashley McBryde and Caylee Hammack to promote her Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour.

The second official single from Come Get Your Wife, "Worth a Shot", a duet with country artist Dierks Bentley, was released on June 6, 2022.[9] They previously collaborated on "Different for Girls", a track from Bentley's 2016 album, Black.

Three songs were also released as promotional singles ahead of the album — "Out Yonder",[10] "Try Jesus",[11] and "Tulsa".[12] When describing "Tulsa", which features backing vocals from Ashley McBryde, King explained: 'Tulsa is a song about doing someone wrong. This is not about tearing women down but it's about putting the blame on the wrongdoer. If a man is cheating on you, it's not her fault because there are a million other girls he would do it with. And he'll just cheat on her too. It's a song about uniting and not taking shit from this real P.O.S.'[13] "Try Jesus" also received a music video directed by American actress Edi Patterson.[11]

King released a cover of Tyler Childers' "Jersey Giant" as a standalone single on November 11, 2022, but it was included on the digital versions of Come Get Your Wife. Childers explained that he wrote the song but that he stopped performing it after a short time and decided to give the song to King. Of the song, King stated “Tyler Childers is not too far from where my family lives and he’s a legend. The life of a song is something so beautiful to me, and country music has taught me to see that the opportunity to sing a song written by someone else, is nothing short of a gift, a blessing. I was humbled and so excited that Tyler gave his song to me. I tried to blend the two worlds of honoring traditional bluegrass and what country music is to me.”[14] "Jersey Giant" was released to the Triple A format on May 22, 2023, as the album's overall third radio single.[15]

Track listing

Come Get Your Wife track listing
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Ohio"
  • Elle King
  • Bobby Hamrick
  • Ella Langley
  • Matt McKinney
4:31
2."Before You Met Me"
  • Tofer Brown
  • Lauren Hungate
  • Meg McRee
  • King
  • Copperman
3:00
3."Try Jesus"
  • King
  • Copperman
3:06
4."Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)" (featuring Miranda Lambert)
  • Johnson
  • Brandon Paddock
  • Kyle Moorman[a]
4:04
5."Lucky"
  • King
  • Hamrick
  • Langley
  • McKinney
  • King
  • Copperman
3:14
6."Worth a Shot" (featuring Dierks Bentley)
  • King
  • Copperman
  • Brandon Towles[a]
  • Ethan Barrette[a]
3:31
7."Tulsa"
  • King
  • Hamrick
  • Langley
  • McKinney
  • King
  • Copperman
2:42
8."Crawlin' Mood"
  • King
  • Copperman
2:33
9."Bonafide"
  • King
  • Hamrick
  • Langley
  • McKinney
  • King
  • Copperman
3:02
10."Blacked Out"
  • King
  • M. Johnson
  • King
  • Copperman
3:26
11."Out Yonder"
  • Hamrick
  • Langley
  • McKinney
  • King
  • Copperman
3:23
12."Jersey Giant"
  • King
  • Charlie Worsham
4:26
13."Love Go By"
  • King
  • Copperman
3:42
Total length:39:24

Note

  • "Jersey Giant" is excluded from physical releases.

Personnel

Credits adapted from AllMusic.[16]

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Charts

Chart performance for Come Get Your Wife
Chart (2023)Peak
position
UK Album Downloads (OCC)[17]26
US Billboard 200[18]53
US Top Country Albums (Billboard)[19]11

References

  1. ^ Willman, Chris (2023-01-27). "Elle King Makes the Country Genre Her Own With 'Come Get Your Wife': Album Review". Variety. Retrieved 2023-01-28.
  2. ^ Hubbard, Stephen (February 7, 2023). "Tyler Hubbard and Elle King notch big 'Billboard' debuts with new projects". Y102 - Nebraska's Hot Country. Retrieved December 3, 2023.
  3. ^ Roden, Ally (October 19, 2022). "Elle King Shocks Fans With First True Country Project 'Come Get Your Wife': "I Now Know Country Music Is Where I Belong"". Music Mayhem Magazine.
  4. ^ Price, Jason (October 11, 2022). "ELLE KING Sets January Release Date For 'Come Get Your Wife' Album".
  5. ^ McKenna, Brittney (January 5, 2023). "Music in the City: Elle King". Nashville Lifestyles.
  6. ^ "Elle King Reveals How Finding Her Faith and Becoming a Mom Inspired New Country Song 'Try Jesus'". Peoplemag.
  7. ^ Freeman, Jon (February 26, 2021). "Elle King and Miranda Lambert Duet on 'Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)'". Rolling Stone. Retrieved March 13, 2021.
  8. ^ MUSICVIDEOS·, Casey Young·COUNTRY (10 April 2022). "Miranda Lambert And Elle King's "Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)" Becomes First Solo Female Duet To Reach #1 In Almost 30 Years". Whiskey Riff.
  9. ^ Sellers, Christine (May 19, 2022). "Elle King And Dierks Bentley "Wanted Dead Or Alive" In New Wild West-Themed "Worth A Shot" Music Video". Music Mayhem Magazine.
  10. ^ "Elle King Laments Petty 'Drama' In Sassy New Single: 'Out Yonder'". iHeartCountry Radio.
  11. ^ a b O'Connell, Madeleine (October 21, 2022). "Elle King Decides To 'Try Jesus' In Hilarious New Song and Music Video".
  12. ^ Price, Jason (January 6, 2023). "Elle King Releases Bodacious New Song "Tulsa" From Upcoming Album 'Come Get Your Wife'".
  13. ^ Roden, Ally (January 6, 2023). "Elle King Releases Bold New Track "Tulsa," Says It's "A Song About Uniting & Not Taking Sh*t From A Real P.O.S."". Music Mayhem Magazine.
  14. ^ "Elle King – Jersey Giant".
  15. ^ "Future Releases on Triple A (AAA) Radio Stations, Independent Artist Song Releases".
  16. ^ "Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved March 3, 2023.
  17. ^ "Official Album Downloads Chart Top 100". Official Charts Company. Retrieved February 4, 2023.
  18. ^ "Elle King Chart History (Billboard 200)". Billboard. Retrieved February 7, 2023.
  19. ^ "Elle King Chart History (Top Country Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved February 7, 2023.

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Elle King (2015)

Elle King (* 3. Juli 1989 in Los Angeles, Kalifornien als Tanner Elle Schneider) ist eine US-amerikanische Sängerin, Songwriterin und Schauspielerin. Sie beschreibt ihren Musikstil als Mischung aus Country, Soul, Rock und Blues. Elle King mag die Variabilität und wollte nie nur ein Genre bedienen. Einer ihrer bekanntesten Songs ist Ex’s & Oh’s aus dem Jahr 2014.

Biografie

Elle King (2016)

Elle King ist Tochter von Comedian Rob Schneider und dem ehemaligen Model London King. Sie wuchs in Ohio auf. Als sie im Alter von neun Jahren Musik der Punkrock-Girlband The Donnas hörte, beschloss sie, Sängerin zu werden. Mit 13 Jahren begann sie zunächst, Gitarre zu spielen. Später kam auch das Banjo hinzu. Mit 16 Jahren tingelte King als Straßenmusikerin durch New York und Umgebung, zog dann aber nach Philadelphia, um die dortige Kunsthochschule für Malerei und Film zu besuchen. Nach ihrer Ausbildung verbrachte sie einige Zeit in Kopenhagen und Los Angeles, kehrte dann aber nach New York zurück, ließ sich in Brooklyn nieder und arbeitete u. a. in einem Tattoo-Shop in der Lower East Side.

2010 war King in dem Dokumentarfilm Legends of La La zu sehen. Im März 2012 erschien ihre erste Single Good to Be a Man bei dem Independent-Label Fat Possum Records. Daraufhin erhielt sie einen Vertrag bei RCA Records und veröffentlichte dort im Juni des Jahres The Elle King EP mit vier Tracks, darunter auch das Lied ihrer ersten Single, Good to Be a Man. In diesem Jahr absolvierte King Fernsehauftritte in Big Morning Buzz Live und der Late Show with David Letterman.

Im September 2014 kam die Single Ex’s & Oh’s als Vorbote für das im Februar 2015 folgende Debütalbum Love Stuff in die Läden. Nachdem sich das Album im März 2015 in den US-Album-Charts platzieren konnte und bis in die Top 30 vorrückte, stieg im Juli 2015, also 10 Monate nach Veröffentlichung, auch die Single in die US-Charts und erreichte Platz 10. Weitere Veröffentlichungen des Jahres 2015 sind die Digitalsingles Catch Us If You Can im April und American Girl im Mai. Beide Lieder sind in der Action-Komödie Miss Bodyguard – In High Heels auf der Flucht zu hören. American Girl ist eine Coverversion des von Tom Petty geschriebenen und mit seiner Band The Heartbreakers veröffentlichten Hits aus dem Jahr 1977.

Ebenfalls im Jahr 2015 trat King in verschiedenen Fernsehsendungen auf, darunter The Tonight Show, The Late Late Show with James Corden, Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Talk und Late Night with Seth Meyers. Ihre ersten TV-Auftritte in Deutschland hatte sie im November des Jahres in der Sendung Inas Nacht und im Dezember beim Finale der fünften Staffel von The Voice of Germany, wo sie Ex’s & Oh’s gemeinsam mit allen Kandidaten sang.[1] Unmittelbar danach stieg die Single und eine Woche später das Album in die deutschen Charts ein.

Diskografie

Alben

  • 2015: Love Stuff
  • 2018: Shake the Spirit
  • 2023: Come Get Your Wife

EPs

  • 2012: The Elle King EP

Singles

  • 2012: Good to Be a Man
  • 2012: Playing for Keeps
  • 2014: Ex’s & Oh’s
  • 2015: Catch Us If You Can
  • 2015: American Girl
  • 2015: Under the Influence
  • 2016: America’s Sweetheart (US:GoldGold)
  • 2016: Good Girls
  • 2017: Wild Love
  • 2018: Shame
  • 2018: Baby Outlaw
  • 2022: Worth a Shot (feat. Dierks Bentley, US:GoldGold)

Gastbeiträge

Filmografie

Auszeichnungen für Musikverkäufe

Goldene Schallplatte

  • Italien Italien
    • 2016: für die Single Ex’s & Oh’s
  • Schweden Schweden
    • 2016: für die Single Ex’s & Oh’s
  • Spanien Spanien
    • 2024: für die Single Ex’s & Oh’s

Platin-Schallplatte

  • Danemark Dänemark
    • 2021: für die Single Ex’s & Oh’s
  • Kanada Kanada
    • 2017: für die Single Different for Girls
    • 2018: für die Single America’s Sweetheart
  • Neuseeland Neuseeland
    • 2016: für die Single Ex’s & Oh’s

3× Goldene Schallplatte

  • Mexiko Mexiko
    • 2020: für die Single Ex’s & Oh’s[3]

2× Platin-Schallplatte

  • Kanada Kanada
    • 2023: für die Single Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home)

3× Platin-Schallplatte

  • Australien Australien
    • 2016: für die Single Ex’s & Oh’s

5× Platin-Schallplatte

  • Kanada Kanada
    • 2018: für die Single Ex’s & Oh’s

Anmerkung: Auszeichnungen in Ländern aus den Charttabellen bzw. Chartboxen sind in ebendiesen zu finden.

Land/RegionAus­zeich­nung­en für Mu­sik­ver­käu­fe
(Land/Region, Auszeichnungen, Verkäufe, Quellen)
Silber Gold PlatinVer­käu­feQuel­len
 Australien (ARIA)0! S0! G 3× Platin3210.000aria.com.au
 Dänemark (IFPI)0! S0! G Platin190.000ifpi.dk
 Deutschland (BVMI)0! S0! G Platin1400.000musikindustrie.de
 Italien (FIMI)0! S Gold10! P25.000fimi.it
 Kanada (MC)0! S0! G 9× Platin9720.000musiccanada.com
 Mexiko (AMPROFON)0! S Gold1 Platin190.000Einzelnachweise
 Neuseeland (RMNZ)0! S0! G Platin115.000nztop40.co.nz
 Österreich (IFPI)0! S Gold10! P15.000ifpi.at
 Schweden (IFPI)0! S Gold10! P20.000sverigetopplistan.se
 Spanien (Promusicae)0! S Gold10! P30.000elportaldemusica.es
 Vereinigte Staaten (RIAA)0! S 2× Gold2 8× Platin89.000.000riaa.com
 Vereinigtes Königreich (BPI) Silber10! G Platin1660.000bpi.co.uk
Insgesamt Silber1 7× Gold7 25× Platin25

Quellen

  1. Elle King bei sonymusic.de-News (Memento des Originals vom 19. Dezember 2015 im Internet Archive)  Info: Der Archivlink wurde automatisch eingesetzt und noch nicht geprüft. Bitte prüfe Original- und Archivlink gemäß Anleitung und entferne dann diesen Hinweis.@1@2Vorlage:Webachiv/IABot/www.sonymusic.de
  2. a b Chartquellen: DE AT CH UK US
  3. 3× Gold für Ex’s & Oh’s in Mexiko

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