12x12 close outline12x12 edit12x12 headphones12x12 headphones outline12x12 pause outline12x12 pause12x12 play outline12x12 play12x12 stop12x12 stop outline12x12 envelope12x12 video outline12x12 download outline12x12 share outline12x12 share12x12 caret up outline12x12 caret right outline12x12 caret left outline12x12 caret down outline16x16 arrow right16x16 arrow left16x16 back to top16x16 caret up16x16 caret right16x16 caret left16x16 caret down16x16 check16x16 clock16x16 download16x16 envelope16x16 heart16x16 headphones16x16 info16x16 map pointer16x16 music16x16 pause16x16 phone16x16 photo16x16 play16x16 print16x16 search16x16 stop16x16 share16x16 warning16x16 talk16x16 user16x16 overflow horizontal16x16 overflow vertical16x16 microphone16x16 arrow left outline16x16 arrow right outline16x16 caret down outline16x16 caret top outline16x16 caret left outline16x16 caret right outline16x16 calendar outline16x16 headphones outline16x16 info outline16x16 pause outline16x16 play outline16x16 stop outline16x16 user outline16x16 warning outline16x16 apple16x16 facebook16x16 google16x16 instagram16x16 rss16x16 twitter16x16 youtube16x16 maboutiqueradio16x16 cart16x16 thumbs down16x16 thumbs up16x16 volume down16x16 mute16x16 volume up16x16 close
  • Home
  • Mandy Moore shares first new music in a decade

Mandy Moore shares first new music in a decade

Mandy Moore shares first new music in a decade© Cover Media

Mandy Moore has released her first original music in a decade.

The singer/actress has launched her long-awaited comeback with When I Wasn't Watching - her first new track since she dropped album Amanda Leigh in 2009.

"I think everyone's had the experience of feeling lost and not quite understanding how you've found yourself at a certain point in your life. And I think the key is not to judge yourself for that," she said of the inspiration behind the tune, according to Rolling Stone. "I'm a big believer in the idea that what you've journeyed through is ultimately going to factor into the person you become, and how you'll greet whatever big challenge you face next."

Earlier this year, Mandy opened up about why she had been inactive for so long, except for a 2017 cover of Willin' by Little Feat, revealing alleged psychological abuse by her ex-husband Ryan Adams.

Speaking to the WTF with Marc Maron podcast in February, she said Adams offered to help her with her music career before stifling her output.

"(It was an) unhealthy dynamic," the This Is Us star said of her marriage, which ended in 2016. "I was living my life for him. It (was) an entirely unhealthy dynamic. I had no sense of self. I felt like I was drowning. It was so untenable and unsustainable and it was so lonely. I was so sad. I was lonely with him."

Mandy has since married another singer-songwriter, Dawes rocker Taylor Goldsmith, who has been helping her with the new tracks.

"I haven't put out a record in a decade. I'm writing with my friends, I'm writing with my husband," she said on U.S. chat show Busy Tonight earlier this year. "I want it to sound like what Fleetwood Mac would sound like in 2019."

Ryan has also been accused of harassment and sexual misconduct by a number of young female musicians, including Phoebe Bridgers.


Live from 19:00 to 23:30
Votre version d'internet explorer est trop basse. Utilisez au moins la version 11 ou un navigateur récent comme Google Chrome.