Madi Diaz has enlisted the talents of country-pop sensation Kacey Musgraves for the emotionally charged single “Don’t Do Me Good,” featured on Diaz’s upcoming album, Weird Faith. The track delves into the struggles of coping with the end of a relationship, accompanied by a slowed-down instrumental that complements the depth of emotions.
In the second verse, Kacey Musgraves joins Diaz, showcasing a seamless blend of their vocals that enhances the overall emotional impact of the song. The music video captures Diaz navigating through her emotions during a long drive, with breathtaking scenes of the sunset and poignant moments in a tunnel with yellow lights.
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Diaz shared her inspiration for the song, stating, “I wanted this song to feel like calling your friend, that moment of needing to commiserate and to have that person say ‘yeah, I’ve been there’ and share that experience with you.” She expresses gratitude for Musgraves’ collaboration, noting that the song would have felt “awfully lonely” without her.
“Don’t Do Me Good” follows the release of the album’s lead single, “Same Risk,” building anticipation among fans for the full album release. Weird Faith is scheduled to drop on February 9, 2024.
Check out the emotionally resonant “Don’t Do Me Good” here: