The track is available as the Download Exclusive Version of Parton’s new star-studded collaborative album, ‘Rockstar’ that was released earlier this week (November 17).
The track list also features 40 guest stars including legends like Paul McCartney, Elton John, Sting, Debbie Harry, Steve Perry, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts and more. NME also praised the upcoming album as “bursting with [the same] life and positivity as the woman who made it.”
Check out the track with Måneskin here:
— Dolly Parton (@DollyParton) November 19, 2023
The country music icon spoke about the prospect of getting into politics in a new interview with Metro. Here, she was asked about the new track ‘World On Fire’ – which sees her reveal her frustration at lying politicians and at the general state of politics across the US – and whether a ‘Dolly For President’ movement would help get things back on track.
“No. I don’t think anybody could actually do a great job at that. I think we’ve had enough ‘boobs’ in the White House,” she said.
“I would have no interest in politics. I try to do my thing through my songs, through the way I accept people and the way I try to make a difference. I’m not smart enough to be in politics, or maybe I’m too smart.”
Parton added: “Either way, I’m not qualified for that type of a job. But I’m pretty qualified to do what I do, which is to point people in the right direction, to write about it in songs or speak about things.”
The band have dropped the deluxe edition of their debut album ‘Rush!’ on November 10, on which ‘Valentine’ appears as a new track. The deluxe, called ‘Rush! (Are You Coming?)’ takes its title from one of the five new songs the band wrote for the album, ‘Honey (Are U Coming?)‘