'In Our Blood' offers a powerful message of unity.
In Our Blood was penned by David Fanning, Brad Rempel, and Matt McGinn and produced by Will Weatherly and Matt Alderman. The moving track offers a powerful message of unity by highlighting the inseparable traits that bind the human race.
Allen said, “No matter where you’re from, we got a lot in common. We all bleed red, we all want to love, [and] we all want to be successful. That’s what I love about this song. It’s a beautiful song.”
Dylan added, “It’s one of my favourites on the album. It’s one of those songs that I think is going to speak to people. I love those songs. It’s what country music is about. It’s about telling a story, speaking to people, and making them feel a certain way.”
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In Our Blood is another taste of Dylan’s upcoming sophomore album, Livin’ My Best Life. The 16-track record also features the hit, Nobody, viral TikTok hit, Can’t Have Mine (Find You A Girl), current radio single, New Truck, recently released Static, and the album’s uptempo title track
Dylan told Country Now, “There’s another song on this album called Good Times Go By Too Fast, and, I mean, it’s definitely about where I’m from and how the good times went by too fast. Then, Livin’ My Best Life is also about me growing up and living our best life down in Louisiana, so, there’s a lot of songs that represent where I’m from and how I grew up.”
He continued, “There’s another song on the album called, Lay Down With You. It’s probably one of my favourites because it goes back to my country roots and the older country music that I grew up listening to. It ties into all of that and my marriage and everything like that.”
Jimmie is slated to drop his third studio album, Tulip Drive, on June 24. The project is named after the street his late grandmother grew up on. Its lead single, Down Home, is out now.
Jimmie shares, “This is the first album where a lot of the songs are actually written based off a lot of my own personal life experiences – from relationships, the hardships of life, to the parties and the good times. A lot of these songs are based off things I went through when I was in later in high school and college, at a place where I was just learning a lot of life lessons from my grandmother. I wanted to honour her by naming this album Tulip Drive, after the street she lived on in Lewes, Delaware.”
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