Sheryl Crow and Chris Stapleton have released the lyric video for their new collaboration “Tell Me When It’s Over,” a song on Sheryl's upcoming album “Threads.”
While the duo has shared the stage in the past, “Tell Me When It’s Over” marks their first co-written original. The soulful slow-jam features guitar aplenty and the two taking turns singing the titular lyric “tell me when it’s over because I don’t want to be the last to know.”
The end is perhaps a fitting theme considering Crow previously announced “Threads” would be her final studio album. The pop country legend looks to go out with a bang, however, as her upcoming record includes all-star collaborations with fellow Stern Show guests Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, Gary Clark Jr., James Taylor, Sting, and Willie Nelson as well as a recently released cover of Bob Dylan's "Everything Is Broken” with Jason Isbell and a collaboration with recent Stern Show guest Joe Walsh (“Still the Good Old Days”).
Sheryl last joined the show in 2017 and opened up to Howard about past interactions with a variety of other A-list artists, including the likes of Prince, Michael Jackson, and Fleetwood Mac. Stapleton made his Stern Show debut the same year and his interview with Howard touched upon everything from his career to how an invitation to play at pop star Justin Timberlake’s birthday party eventually led to the two of them performing on stage together at award shows and collaborating on their song “Say Something.”
Sheryl Crow’s “Threads” is available Aug. 30.