Here’s a wrap up of all the new releases in the country world!
As well as the featured new releases from Amber Lawrence and Darlinghurst, Vixens of Fall, Hinterland, Ashleigh Dallas, LeAnn Rimes featuring Mickey Guyton and Sheila E., Carrie Underwood and Templeton Thompson, there’s a handful of artists we’re still keen to share! From Southbound xo to Kane Brown, Bo’Ness and Jenny Mitchell, Little Big Town to Jon Pardi and many more, here’s a wrap up of all the new releases in the country world!
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Following their previous hit single Light Up The Airwaves, Bo’Ness says, “Still Young is about purely living in the moment and not letting neither your past or future bother you.”
Written by LBT’s Jimi Westbrook, Little Big Town has released Rich Man from their forthcoming tenth studio album, Mr. Sun, due for release on September 16.
The title track to Jon Pardi’s forthcoming album, due for release on September 2, is a clever play on words, as he uses his party-guy persona to mask a lonely, broken heart.
On Grand (from his forthcoming album, Different Man), Kane Brown sings about his early dreams of being an artist, but also the mental struggles he's encountered pursuing his passions.
From her newly released third studio album, Tug Of War, Jenny Mitchell says, “[New single, If You Were A Bird] is a story of finding a new love, feeling safe and valued, and all the good things.”
The husband-and-wife duo, who made their TV debut on Season 18 of American Idol, Kat & Alex announced on January 5, “We recently bought a house and wanted to write a song about it!”
Co-written with Pete Good and Josh Jenkins, Walker Hayes celebrates life in the South – from football, Jesus, mama’s sweet tea and everything in between – on his new single, Y’all Life.
Written by Love and Theft’s Eric Gunderson and Stephen Barker Liles with Jared Mullins and Chris Stevens, Better Off is the title track to the duo’s new EP – their first project in seven years.
Penned by Matt Chase, Chris Rogers, Jim Beavers and Derek George, Southerland’s Down The Road is an rollicking ode to wanderlust and adventure.
Like many tracks from his forthcoming album, Somewhere Between The Secret and the Truth, the song finds Wade Bowen reflecting on the impact his music has (hopefully) had over his career.
From her forthcoming album, Married Alone, due for release on September 23, Sunny Sweeney has dropped her new single, Easy As Hello, co-written with Lori McKenna and Heather Morgan.
From Arlo McKinley’s album, This Mess We’re In, Rushintherug is a Neil Young-inspired standout that captures the album’s rousing, rocking essence and steadfast mission to move forward.
From her debut self-titled album, released on July 16, exciting newcomer Hannah Strumner drops her new single, Are You Ready to Let Go featuring Sam Henry.
Riley Green has dropped two new singles – I Hope She’s Drinkin’ Tonight and Get Back Home. The singles follow his previous releases, Miles On Main, Wild Woman and Hell Of A Way To Go.