Maren Morris fans are about to have some new music to keep them happy. The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter appears on a forthcoming single titled "The Middle" that will likely be a step in a different musical direction.

Morris posted the cover of the song to Instagram on Friday (Jan. 19), revealing that it will drop next Tuesday (Jan. 23). The song is a collaboration between Morris, Zedd and Grey, an electronic music duo composed of Kyle and Michael Trewartha.

Zedd is a Russian-born producer and artist who has worked with Alessia Cara, Ariana Grande, Justin Beiber and more, in addition to pursuing a successful solo career. Grey scored a hit with "Crime," a song from their debut EP, Chameleon, which debuted at No. 1 on the iTunes Dance/Electronic chart.

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Morris is one of the most prominent younger artists in country music, scoring both critical acclaim and commercial success with her debut album, Hero. She's won a string of awards for her work, and recently scored her first No. 1 hit with her third single, "I Could Use a Love Song." Morris is no stranger to stepping outside of the confines of country music; she recently collaborated with Niall Horan on a song titled "Seeing Blind," and she will hit the road with the former One Direction singer in 2018 on his Flicker Tour.

Fans can sign up via Zedd's website and pre-save "The Middle" so they can be among the first to hear the new song when it drops on Jan. 23.

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