Wynonna Judd has released her first new music since the recent death of her mother Naomi in the form of \u201cOther Side,\u201d a duet with roots-tinged indie artist Waxahatchee (Katie Crutchfield). Co-written with Wynonna\u2019s husband Cactus Moser, the track was recorded at Wynonna\u2019s Nashville-area farm and its accompanying video shows her and Crutchfield performing and hanging out together. "In the midst of everything that has happened, I said that I would continue to sing,\u201d Wynonna said. \u201cSo, here I am. I met Katie Crutchfield last year and we connected immediately. We recorded \u2018Other Side\u2019 in the studio here on the farm and it was one of my favorite recording experiences ever. I\u2019m thankful for the opportunity to sing with the next generation of greatness." \u201cWynonna is an icon and a fountain of wisdom,\u201d Crutchfield enthuses. \u201cSharing space with her to create something new was really nothing but a joy and an honor. Her spirit inspires me daily and her continued encouragement has meant the world.\u201d https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vNiUhy5Sy81k Wynonna had been planning a final tour with her mother as The Judds this fall; the trek will continue with the help of friends and guest stars such as Brandi Carlile, Martina McBride, Faith Hill and Little Big Town. Her sister Ashley spoke on her behalf about Naomi\u2019s death in a May 12 interview with Good Morning America, reading a statement from her that said, \u201cI need to take some time to process and I need this time to myself. I\u2019m not ready yet to speak publicly about what happened so I know you understand why I\u2019m not there today.\u201d Meanwhile, Crutchfield has summer dates on tap with Jason Isbell and Sheryl Crow in support of her 2020 Merge album Saint Cloud.