Elle King Says “I Would Love Nothing More Than to Put Out a Country Album”

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Elle King made her country music debut on Dierks Bentley‘s “Different for Girls” but the songstress tells Rolling Stone Country that she enjoys working in the genre.

“I write a lot of country songs,” King told Rolling Stone Country. “And I enjoy writing country music, because it brings out a different type of voice for me. I write a lot of heartbreak songs … I like to sing about getting drunk and getting my heart broken.”

An Elle King country record isn’t out of the question either.

“I would love nothing more than to put out a country album,” King said. “I put out a pop-rock album – I did that. This record cycle is coming to a close and I’m about to make Album 2. It’ll be interesting to see how this change affects me. Because everything affects you as a musician.”