Megan Moroney Is Well Past Moving On In Rockin’ New Single “Indifferent”

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CeCe Dawson

Megan Moroney like you’ve never heard her before…

And this one is FOR THE GIRLS.

The Georgia native released another new single called “Indifferent” today, from her forthcoming album Am I Okay?, which has already become a fan-favorite just based on teasers she’s shared and a few live performances.

The song finds Meg well-past moving on from a breakup, no longer worried about where her ex is, what he’s doing, or who he’s hanging out with… there’s also a heavy power chord around the chorus, with an overall production that’s much heavier than we’re used to hearing from her.

And I am SO here for it:

“Throwback to how I used to care about,
Where you went, where you’ve been, who you’re with,
Losing my patience and checking locations,
And rereading texts that you sent,

I would cry 1,2,3 too many times,
Just wasting my prime,
On a guy who was more wrong than right”

Can I get an amen? She speaks the truth…

Unfortunately, I think many of us have experienced exactly what she’s talking about, but somehow, this song makes it feel like so much fun.

It will be a therapeutic experience to roll around with the windows down blasting “Indifferent,” so a huge thank you to Meg for the free therapy. I already have this on repeat and I don’t see that changing anytime soon… turn it all the way up:


Am I Okay? is due out everywhere on July 12th, and in addition to this banger, Meg has released two other singles from the album so far, including “28th of June,” and “No Caller ID.”

“28th of June”

“No Caller ID”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock