Morgan Wallen Gets Help On His New Album From Surprising Source

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Morgan Wallen got help for his new album from his 2-year-old son, Indie, and his sister Ashlyne, according to an interview with Billboard.

Wallen revealed the 36-track “One Thing At A Time” album in early February, and has only released a few songs thus far. Ashlyne, who is Wallen’s Irish twin at only 15 months younger than her brother, sings harmony on at least one track titled “Outlook,” according to a Billboard interview with the country music star.

“We grew up in church singing hymns and stuff and learning how to harmonize with each other and sing three-part harmony,” Wallen told the outlet, noting that it revolves around faith, and was one of the first songs he ever wrote. “So it seemed appropriate from everything that we grew up learning and everything that we lived through together.”

Indie also took part in the production of the album, hanging out in the studio with his old man and producer Joey Moi. “He started coming in there and banging on guitar strings and, you know, delete songs for Joey and stuff like that,” Wallen laughed. “But honestly, he brought a lot of joy into the room. He brought a new energy that we hadn’t had in there before.” (RELATED: Morgan Wallen Shares Devastating Injury That Changed His Life)

If you haven’t heard any of Wallen’s latest releases, I highly recommend you check them out today. He’s also going on tour again next year, and I think most of the tickets have already sold out.