Here’s a wrap up of all the new releases in the country world!
As well as the featured new releases from Lainey Wilson, Andrew Swift, JESA and Bryce Sainty, there’s a handful of artists we’re still keen to share! From Adam Harvey and Beccy Cole, Zac Brown Band with Jamey Johnson and Marcus King, Abbie Ferris to Morgan Wade, and many more, here’s a wrap up of all the new releases in the country world!
Recorded at the Music Cellar on the NSW Central Coast with engineer Jeff McCormack and produced by Adam Harvey and Beccy Cole themselves, I Don’t Love You Much Do I is the first track from their new duets album, The Great Country Songbook Volume 3, due September 9.
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Abbie Ferris has dropped her new single, 3AM Girl, co-written with Phil Barton, and produced by long-time collaborator, Michael Carpenter. Inspired by a friend in a toxic relationship who Ferris wanted to help get out, 3AM Girl is a song about vulnerability and realising your self-worth.
Richard Marx has released his latest single One Day Longer, co-written by Keith Urban, off his upcoming, genre-blended album, Songwriter. The 20-song tracklist is broken down into four categories, including country, pop, rock, and ballads with five songs comprising each.
Ashley Cooke ushers in a new chapter of music with the honest and relatable track, getting into. It’s the first new music since the release of Never Til Now with Brett Young, which made its television debut during the latest US season of The Bachelorette.
Morgan Wade has dropped her five-track Acoustic Sessions EP, which includes her current single, Wilder Days. “The one thing that seemed pretty consistent [amongst audiences worldwide],” Wade begins, “is people like hearing these songs stripped all the way back.”
Like Take My Name, Parmalee’s Girl In Mine had fans hooked on the song after teasing it on TikTok. With more than 1.8 million TikTok views of frontman Matt singing the chorus, TikTok creators have mimicked the video and put their own spin on it.
Alex Williams became recognized as an one-to-watch outlaw country artist, drawing comparisons to Chris Stapleton and Sturgill Simpson for his signature, cavernous vocal and gritty, go-your-own-way charisma. No Reservations is from his upcoming album, Waging Peace.
From his newly released six-track EP, Getcha Some, Frank Ray has released his new song Late. Produced by Frank Rogers, each song on Getcha Some was co-written by Ray to deliver a well-rounded sampling of the former police officer’s talents and character.
Habitual Line Stepper is the “heavy” third taste of Gareth Leach’s forthcoming and very eclectic third album. Written and produced by Leach (lead vocals, drums, bass, guitar, banjo), the track also includes Hamish Davidson on dobro and Jy-Perry Banks on pedal steel.
Following the release of new single Sink With The Sun last month, which has already had over a quarter of a million streams and has been featured on multiple major streaming playlists worldwide, Tebey has dropped another new track, Used To Love That Song.
Rising Nashville name Priscilla Block has shared her new song, Off The Deep End. The upbeat track, an invitation for listeners to embrace their wild side from time to time, was written by the artist with Brandon Paddock and Martin Johnson.
Better Love is the latest pre-release track from Little Big Town’s tenth studio album Mr. Sun, which is due September 16. Mr. Sun features 16 songs, including All Summer, Hell Yeah and Rich Man, thematically centered around a collective hope that brighter days are ahead for us all.
From his upcoming album, due February, Jordan Davis has released What My World Spins Around. The track’s poignant lyrics were inspired by the Ferris Bueller quote, ‘Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”
Parker McCollum has released his latest single, Handle On You. Written by McCollum and Monty Criswell, the woeful track about reeling from a doomed relationship captures the all-too relatable emotions of grappling with trying to let go of someone you loved.
Written by heavy hitters Luke Laird, Hillary Lindsey, and Josh Miller and produced by Joey Moi, Jake Owen’s 1x1 pays tribute to a life well lived, counting its blessings, and spelling them out one by one. It follows Fishin' On A River, Up There Down Here and Best Thing Since Backroads.
Zac Brown Band's newest collaborators on the deluxe version of their The Comeback album are Jamey Johnson and Marcus King on the new version of Stubborn Pride. It follows Blake Shelton’s new rendition of Out In The Middle, and Cody Johnson’s duet of Wild Palomino.
Sara Berki has released her second single, Good Enough, an up-vibe slice of throwback country which takes elements of classic country, presented through a modern lens. Produced by Simon Johnson and mastered by William Bowden, she will release an EP in October.
Craig Campbell says, “When I recorded Things You Do In A Truck, I knew immediately it needed to be released! I reached out to Trea Landon to sing it with me, because he’s one of my favourite voices ever. That fact and being a co-writer on the song made it a no brainer for me.”
A hooky, guitar driven romp thanks to the legendary Greg Leisz along with Aussie gun slingers Tommy Brooks and Louie King, Freya Josephine Hollick’s Me & Mine is wrapped in a gorgeous string arrangement by James Gilligan. The track is off her upcoming album, The Read World.
Beyond Sippy Creek is made up of four Sunshine Coast young locals - who met as high school students at the Australian Music Conservatory in 2019. Two years ago, they wrote this song together and now have released their debut, Open Road.