The Secret Sisters’ new song “Same Water” debuts today

January 10, 2024—Grammy-nominated duo The Secret Sisters, made up of siblings Laura Rogers and Lydia Slagle, will release their anticipated new album, Mind, Man, MedicineMarch 29 via New West Records (pre-order/pre-save here). Ahead of the release, the new song, “Same Water,” is debuting today. Listen/share HERE

Of the track, the sisters reflect, “Fresh off the stress of a worldwide pandemic and slowly entering into a more normal world, we wrote this song together on a wet afternoon in Nashville, trying to make sense of the ways we all choose to find healing, as a society and as individuals. It felt important to acknowledge the struggle over our own choices in this area, and the need for extending empathy to people who choose differently.”

Produced by The Secret Sisters, John Paul White and Ben Tanner (St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Lera Lynn), and recorded mainly at Muscle Shoals’ historic FAME StudiosMind, Man, Medicine provides an intimate look into the lives of Laura and Lydia these last few years. Across these 11 tracks, including a collaboration with Ray LaMontagne (“All The Ways”), the sisters gracefully detail where they are now—a place of peace and calm—and the personal growth and experiences that led them there. 

In addition to the sisters, Tanner (piano, synthesizers, organs, Wurlitzer) and White (acoustic guitar), the record also features Larry Campbell (electric guitar, fiddle), Zac Cockrell (bass), Jeremy Gibson (drums), Ken Lewis (percussion), Parker McAnnally (bass, dulcimer), Austin Motlow (synthesizer, electric guitar) and KS Rhoads (piano) as well as FAME’s Studio Orchestra on “I Needed You.”

In celebration of the new music, The Secret Sisters will perform select headline shows this spring including stops at Austin’s 04 Center, Dallas’ Kessler Theater, Houston’s Heights Theater, Nashville’s Basement East, Chicago’s Old Town School of Folk Music and Minneapolis’ Parkway Theater among others. See below for tour itinerary. Full ticket details can be found at

Originally from Muscle Shoals, AL, The Secret Sisters have released four acclaimed full-length albums since debuting in 2010, including 2020’s Grammy-nominated record, Saturn Return, which was produced by 9x Grammy-winner, Brandi Carlile. Released to overwhelming critical acclaim, The New York Times praised, “gorgeous close-harmony Americana,” while Rolling Stone declared, “the stunning country-soul opus their talent has always promised” and Entertainment Weekly called it “their finest album yet.” 

Reflecting on the project, the sisters share, “Our fifth chapter is the one where we seek, savor, and settle. The muse found us in the depths of raising children, nurturing relationships, surviving a world-changing virus, bidding farewell, shifting our mindsets and discovering a sense of peace heretofore unseen. Our third decade of life has proven to be one of routine, rest, and realization, and these songs are about the lessons we’ve learned. We’ve learned to be space-holders and defenders of the people we hold close. We’ve learned from deep, steady love in various forms. We’ve learned to let go of people and perceptions and priorities that just didn’t make the cut as we weighed what is right and important and worth keeping. We’ve learned how all the things we’ve always treasured continue to withstand the pressure of time. If you notice an upward trend to the mood and emotions, you’re on target-we have found calm waters, for now.”

1. Space
2. Paperweight
3. If the World Was a House
4. All the Ways (feat. Ray LaMontagne)
5. Planted
6. Never Walk Away
7. I Needed You
8. Bear With Me
9. Same Water
10. I Can Never Be Without You Anymore
11. I’ve Got Your Back
April 4—Lafayette, LA—Acadiana Center for the Arts
April 5—Austin, TX—The 04 Center
April 6—Dallas, TX—The Kessler Theater
April 7—Houston, TX—The Heights Theater
April 26—Nashville, TN—The Basement East
April 27—Florence, AL—Shoals Theatre
May 17—Newport, KY—The Southgate House Revival
May 18—Chicago, IL—Old Town School of Folk Music
May 19—Minneapolis, MN—The Parkway Theater