New Music Wrap Up: Lauren Alaina, Bryce Sainty, Hudson Rose and More!

15 June 2022 | 1:58 pm | Staff Writer

Here’s a wrap up of all the new releases in the country world!

As well as the featured new releases from The Wolfe Brothers and Amy Sheppard, Brothers Osborne, Bonnie Kellett and Lyn Bowtell, there’s a handful of artists we’re still keen to share! From Chris Lane and Lauren Alaina, Bryce Sainty and Taylor Moss, Hudson Rose to Kora Naughton and many more, here’s a wrap up of all the new releases in the country world!


Chris Lane and Lauren Alaina – Dancin’ In The Moonlight

Chris Lane and Lauren Alaina have teamed for a countrified homage of the 1972 King Harvest hit Dancin’ In The Moonlight, with new lyrics added by Jesse Frasure, Sherman Kelly and Brett Tyler. The video finds the artists time traveling through the 1920s, '50s and '60s to present time.

Bryce Sainty and Taylor Moss – Sunday Best

Showcasing their amazing vocal ability, Bryce Sainty and Taylor Moss have created a country ballad like no other. Originally featured on Sainty’s EP Hometown, Sunday Best has been re-recorded with the addition of Moss’ vocals to take Sunday Best to the next level.

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Hudson Rose – Iconic

Hudson Rose has released her new single Iconic, which captures the essence of an ultimate love story and all the fun that goes with it. Rose says, “The chorus was inspired by the feeling of a first kiss. The way your heart explodes a little and there are butterflies in your stomach.”

Kora Naughton – If You Ain’t

If You Ain't was produced by multi-award-winning producer, Matt Fell, and co-written by Kora Naughton with Canadian artist, Dustin Bird. It's all about loving who you are, feeling comfortable and confident in your own skin and not needing to rely on someone else to have a good time.

Jayne Denham and Troy Kemp – Rainstorm

In 2019, Jayne Denham and Troy Kemp went to #1 with their Golden Guitar nominated single Hung Up On You. Now, in 2022, the final featured track from her critically acclaimed and Golden Guitar nominated album Wanted, Denham and Kemp are back with the single Rainstorm.

King Calaway – When I Get Home

Co-written and produced by Zac Brown (and recorded at his studio), King Calaway’s When I Get Home finds a man on the brink, owning up to his past mistakes and longing for another chance. The band knew from the moment they heard it that they had to cut it.

Taryn Papa – Can’t Catch My Heart

Taryn Papa’s (Team Blake on The Voice US) releases her new single Can’t Catch My Heart from her debut EP AWAKE. She co-wrote every song on the EP, inspired by a new relationship whose bright, sunny promise dovetailed nicely with the anthemic sound she'd been crafting for years.

Christian Parker – Dirt Road DNA

Christian Parker’s upcoming album Debutante is a celebration of the South and all of the things he loves about where he’s from, and his latest single Dirt Road DNA is a tribute to that simple, down-home way of life. “[The track is] high energy… tough, gritty and in your face,” Parker says.

Hunter Brothers – Peace, Love & Country Music

Canada’s Hunter Brothers have dropped their first single of 2022, Peace, Love & Country Music. The comforting, familiar experience of Hunter Brothers harmonies, paired with a hopeful, uplifting message is just what we need after a lot of trying times over the last couple years.

Danny Phegan – The Halfway Hotel

With a driving beat, rocking feel, and even a mini rap thrown in, The Voice 2022 contestant Danny Phegan releases his new single, The Halfway Hotel. Written about his bar at home on his property, the single was inspired after a conversation with a mate he was drinking with.

Seaforth featuring Sean Kingston – Queen Of Daytona Beach

Seaforth team up with rapper and singer Sean Kingston for the new catchy single Queen Of Dayton Beach, written by Thomas Walter Jordan, Mitchell Thompson, Rocky Block, Kisean Anderson, Sylvester Jordan, Ben E. King, Jerry Lieber, Jonathan Rotem and Mike Stoller.

Charlotte Morris – Good Kind Of Hurt

After watching a close veteran family member struggle with alcoholism, Charlotte Morris was inspired to write Good Kind Of Hurt. Too often, those who served their country, and are now struggling with a myriad of mental health issues, are forgotten, and left behind. 

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