See Madi Diaz Showcase ‘Weird Faith’ Songs for ‘Saturday Sessions’


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Singer performs “Everything Almost,” “For Months Now” and “Don’t Do Me Good” from new album

A week after Madi Diaz released her new album Weird Faith, the now-Nashville singer performed three tracks from the LP for CBS Mornings’ Saturday Sessions.

In addition to “Everything Almost” — which Diaz also played on The Tonight Show last week — she also highlighted Weird Faith’s “For Months Now” and “Don’t Do Me Good,” the latter of which features Diaz’ friend Kacey Musgraves on the album version.

Following years in the music industry, shuffling around New York and Los Angeles, Diaz established herself in Nashville, becoming the music scene’s “secret weapon” and ultimately landing a spot as Harry Styles’ opening act; Styles liked her so much, he added her to his backing band for his 2023 tour.


Weird Faith, Diaz’ first album since 2021’s History of a Feeling, arrived February 9. “This record is about the beginning of love, and saying every feeling out loud, when I feel it, for better or worse because I can’t help it,” Diaz said in a statement. According to the songwriter, the record also “chronicles a new relationship, but also a new relationship to myself.” 

Next week, Diaz will embark on a trek in support of Weird Faith, with a stop at Willie Nelson’s Luck Reunion along the way.

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