Miranda Lambert's new song is "Pretty Bitchin,'" even if she says so herself. The country superstar released her latest song at midnight on Wednesday (Sept. 4).

Lambert teased the new track on Instagram on Wednesday, writing, "Pretty pink carpet on the floor, no lock on the door, help yourself to the Tito’s in the pretty kitchen, it’s Pretty Bitchin'."

Lambert doesn't apologize for celebrating her life in the lyrics, which state, "I use what I got / I don't let it go to waste / I'm pretty from the back / Kinda pretty in the face / I hate to admit it / But it didn't stop me, did it / Yeah, life's pretty weird, life's pretty great / Life's pretty good if you live it / 1, 2, 3 Mississippi / Sitting pretty damn pretty / On this pretty life I've been given / It's pretty bitchin' / It's pretty bitchin'."

“‘Pretty Bitchin’’ is so much fun. Everything in it explains me … it talks about airstreams, Tito’s, having a band and awesome fans,” Lambert says in a press release. “It’s a good thank you to life for being amazing and for getting to live this dream. It’s definitely pretty bitchin’.”

"Pretty Bitchin'" is premised around an acoustic guitar figure that gives way to electric energy. It's one of the new songs slated to appear on Lambert's forthcoming new album, Wildcard. The project is set for release on Nov. 1, and she's been letting fans hear it a track at a time.

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The album's lead single, "It All Comes Out in the Wash," is currently at country radio. Fans have also heard a country-punk song titled "Locomotive" and a sexy, New-Wave-tinged song titled "Mess With My Head." Lambert has also let fans hear an optimistic track titled "Bluebird" and her new collaboration with Maren Morris, which is titled "Way Too Pretty for Prison." Most recently, she shared the video for "It All Comes Out in the Wash."

Lambert is slated to launch her 2019 Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour on Sept. 1.

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