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New Music Wrap Up: Morgan Evans, Kristy Cox, Vixens Of Fall and more!

25 June 2021 | 11:31 am | Mallory Arbour

From Vixen’s Of Fall to Morgan Evans, Kristy Cox and Hiss Golden Messenger and so many more, here’s a wrap up of all the new releases in country world!

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As well as the featured new releases from The New Graces, Angus Gill and Brittney Spencer, there’s a handful of artists we’re still keen to share! From Vixens Of Fall to Morgan Evans, Brantley Gilbert to Parker Graye, Kristy Cox to Hiss Golden Messenger and so many more, here’s a wrap up of all the new releases in country world!

Brantley Gilbert, Toby Keith and HARDY – The Worst Country Song Of All Time

Brantley Gilbert, Toby Keith, and HARDY have combined forces for The Worst Country Song of All Time. The trio's brand-new single is a rowdy, comical, boot-stomping good time. Based off as a goofy riff on an idea HARDY had, Gilbert has been quick to admit that the song started out as a joke, even for the songwriters who created it.

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Codee-Lee – Run To Me

Award-winning Western Australian country artist, Codee-Lee has returned with the release of Run to Me, the first single lifted from her latest EP. Featuring five tracks, Who I Am is a bare-all tale of Codee-Lee's music journey over the past 3 years – from the hard and the heartbreaking through to the celebration of being unapologetically herself, the catchy contemporary country tracks tick all the right boxes.  

Morgan Evans – Love Is Real

Love Is Real is the newest single from the Australian-born, Nashville-based, Morgan Evans. Produced by award-winning musician Dann Huff (Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett), the song features thumping guitar and a heart-pumping beat that underscore simple but vivid lyrics about the connected moments that stitch life together – even in tough times.

Parker Graye – Last Time

Hailing from Canada, Parker Graye has released her latest tear-jerker, Last Time. The single is about blindly loving someone, fantasising a future and realising none of that was ever real. She released her debut single, Do Over on September 15th, 2020 and received over 25,000 streams within the first 5 weeks of its release on Spotify. Last Time follows her early 2021 single, Before You Leave.

Kirstie Kraus – Bird

Bird is a groovy pop rock country tune where Kirstie Kraus encourages her listeners and fans to not use the middle finger when someone upsets them. The track is the fourth single release off the eleven-song record Yes You Can, dropping later this year. Three years ago, the Wisconsin-native made the move to Nashville, and released the singles Delusional, Gotta Do and Silver.

Dani Young – Alibi

Dani Young launches the next chapter of her music with her sultry new single, Alibi. Described as the soundtrack for James Bond starring in a Spaghetti Western film, the song is about recognising the deceptive tactics of a manipulative partner. The country-blues artist catapulted onto the scene with a Golden Guitar nomination for her debut album Desert Water - recorded with Aboriginal elder Warren H Williams, which reached #2 on the ARIA Country Albums chart.

Cassidy-Rae – Dose Of You

In follow up to her highly successful #1 iTunes Country Chart release Cheers Y’all, Cassidy-Rae returns with a new track that deviates slightly from previous releases. Dose of You delivers sultry tones and sublime vocals in this feel-good song. The song shares the aching, yearning, hunger for more, in any facet of life, with every lyric filling the appetite yet leaves you longing for another dose.

Tré Burt – Sweet Misery

The first single, Sweet Misery, from Sacramento songwriter Tré Burt’s sophomore album You, Yeah, You. You, Yeah, You is a narrated collection of songs featuring a cast of invented characters; heroes, villains, those destitute of salvation, and those seeking it. The album represents a summoning of the will to fight the unknown rather than surrender to fear and fatigue.

Trace Adkins featuring Luke Bryan and Pitbull – Where The Country Girls At

Trace Adkins' new party song, Where The Country Girls At features Luke Bryan and Pitbull. In addition to Trace’s music and acting careers, in 2019, he took on the new role of reality show host for Ultimate Cowboy Showdown, a competition series that puts cowboys to the test in several skills. Pitbull previously teamed with Keith Urban and Nile Rodgers for Sun Don’t Let Me Down off Urban’s 2016 Ripcord album.

Hiss Golden Messenger – Quietly Blowing It

Hiss Golden Messenger has released his latest album, Quietly Blowing It, which features the singles Glory Strums (Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner), Sanctuary, Hardlytown and If It Comes In The Morning. The album was written, arranged, and produced by lead vocalist M.C. Taylor and is the follow-up to 2019’s Terms of Surrender, which received a 2021 Grammy Award nomination for ‘Best Americana Album’.

Kristy Cox featuring O’Shea, Travis List, Troy Kemp, Camille and Stuie, Jedd Hughes, Katrina Burgoyne and Sam Hawksley – I Still Call Australia Home

Earlier in the year, Nashville-based Golden Guitar winner, Kristy Cox was approached by the Australian Consulate to put together a special performance of the Peter Allen classic, I Still Call Australia Home, for their 2021 ANZAC celebrations in Chicago. After the call came through, she immediately reached out to a bunch of her musical mates to see if they were keen to be involved - all jumped on board immediately.

Vixens Of Fall – Scout’s Honour

Following on from the rocketing success of their breezy summer single Break it Easy, which spent 11 weeks in The Countrytown Music Network’s Country Hot 50 airplay charts peaking at #6, sister trio Vixens of Fall have released their new single, Scout’s Honour. The sweet ode to band-member Nina's newborn daughter Scarlett, is a mother’s heartfelt promise to her child.

Montgomery Church – Flowers On My Doorstep

Cielle Montgomery and James Church are Montgomery Church – a blend of acoustic folk, Americana, and bluegrass influences, grown and distilled in the Snowy Mountain ranges of country New South Wales. Flowers On My Doorstep is the second single to be lifted from the 2 x Golden Guitar Award nominated duo’s highly anticipated second album, titled Where The Quiet Can Hide.

Briana Dinsdale – Why Did I Fall For You?

Briana Dinsdale’s new song is the sad and powerful Why Did I Fall for You?, showcasing her angelic voice over acoustic guitar, with lyrics nearly anyone can relate to. The 17-year-old Brisbane-based singer-songwriter’s second single is about the hard times that come along with leaving someone or something that’s held dear, with the feeling of loss and longing that can be so hard to overcome.

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