Here Is Brett Kissel’s Album ‘The Compass Project: West Album’

Brett Kissel shares his new album, The Compass Project: West Album, out now, November 3rd on all streaming platforms. Listen to the new music below.

Canadian-country superstar, Brett Kissel kicked off a unique project earlier this year. The singer-songwriter expressed wanting to embark on the most ambitious project of his career so far. In January, the singer announced a four full-length album record called The Compass Project with each album showing off different ides of the singer’s talent. The newest release, The West Album is focused on the southern twang and classic country influences.

The Compass Project is without question the most ambitious project I’ve ever undertaken,” Kissel explains. “It’s also the one I’m most excited about, being that the complete project includes four full-length albums. At this point in my life and career, I want to tap into all of the different quadrants that represent and guide me as a person, husband, father, artist, and entertainer. Those themes resonate in the distinct direction I take on each album!”

Learn more about the project and listen to the brand new music below.

The Compass Project: West Album Tracklist:

  1. Missin’ You in San Antone
  2. Oil and Cattle ft. George Canyon, Don Amaro, Brad Johner
  3. Legacy
  4. Deer Blind
  5. Wichita Lineman
  6. The Crib Song
  7. Strait Country
  8. Black Eyed Susans
  9. Behind Closed Doors
  10. Queen on the River
  11. Here’s Hoping There’ll (Always Be a Cowboy)

Brett Kissel shares his new album, ‘The Compass Project, West Album” out now on all streaming platforms.

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The Compass Project: West Album is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.