Lindsay Ell Releases Heartfelt New Song 'I Don't Love You'

Lindsay Ell Releases Heartfelt New Song 'I Don't Love You'

Lindsay Ell just released her new single, "I Don't Love You" on Friday (November 8). The Canadian born country singer's emotions are felt through her powerful delivery of the track as she belts out the heartfelt lyrics. Throughout the track, written by Adam Hambrick, Melissa Fuller and Neil Medley, Ell is expressing that even though she doesn't love her ex anymore, she still misses him.

"My old Stevie Wonder records sit on the shelf there / While they're gathering dust / Like the movies we would spend our late nights getting lost in / And I got so much free time on my hands / 'Cause I don't do the things I did / 'Cause they're not as good without someone to share them with," Ell sings before diving into the chorus, "I don't love you, baby / I don't love you, no / I don't love you anymore / But I still miss you, still miss you sometimes."

The new song is giving fans all the feels pumping them up for more new music from Ell. "Love love this new song! So excited for new album #2!! We love you & so proud of you! We will always support you," one fan writes on Twitter. "My ears and heart have been blessed!!," another fan tweets, adding, "This song is beautiful and I love it so so much!! Wow! It's officially the start of #LE2. I'm speechless!"

Take a listen to Ell's new song, "I Don't Love You" below.

 

Ell is set to perform at the 53rd Annual CMA Awards on November 13. She'll take the stage alongside fellow female country singers including Kelsea Ballerini, Maddie & Tae, Ashley McBryde, Carly Pearce and Runaway June. The ladies will join together for an "iconic performance of an iconic CMA Song of the Year and CMA Single of the Year featuring a special appearance by Little Big Town. This is expected to be one of the "night's most talked-about performances."

Ell is nominated for Musical Event of the Year with Brantley Gilbert on "What Happens In A Small Town." The 2019 CMA Awards will broadcast live from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Wednesday, November 13 at 8 p.m. ET.

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