Brothers Osborne: ‘Skeletons Deluxe’ – Album Review

Brothers Osborne’s new album Skeletons Deluxe is out now, January 21st on all streaming platforms. Listen to the new record below.

Originally released in October 2020, the Brothers Osborne third album, Skeletons, featured twelve tracks of the pure southern country-rock sound that fans have come to know of the duo. With TJ’s signature raspy growl paired with John’s incredible guitar skills, their unique sound shines on Skeletons.

Including the likes of “All Night” and “I’m Not for Everyone,” the Jay Joyce-produced Skeletons was a masterpiece in its original form. Today, however, the GRAMMY-nominated duo released a deluxe version of the album, featuring three new tracks, including the highly acclaimed “Younger Me.”

Nominated for the GRAMMY Award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance, “Younger Me” was inspired by TJ’s coming out in February 2021, making him the first major-label country artist to be openly gay. Written as a letter of reassurance to his younger self, the stirring ballad is one of country music’s most heartfelt tracks released in recent years.

“Younger me // Overthinking, losing sleep at night // Contemplating if it’s worth the fight,” TJ sings. “If he only knew he’d be alright // Yeah, younger me”

While “Younger Me” is arguably the most important track that the brilliant brothers have ever released, it should not completely overshadow the other two tracks released on this deluxe edition. There’s “Headstone,” a driving, guitar-driven uptempo track that reflects what the Brothers Osborne have become known for. Meanwhile, “Midnight Riders Prayer” received Willie Nelson’s personal blessing to include snippets from “On the Road Again.”

Featuring an incredible guitar solo at the halfway point, “Headstone” is sure to be a face-melter during live shows, as they extoll their own perfect imperfections, TJ proudly proclaiming “Write that on my headstone.” Meanwhile, “Midnight Riders Prayer” is an ode to the life of a touring musician. Sampling “On the Road Again” in a way that comes off completely organic, they meld Nelson’s classic rift into their own haunting chorus.

“When your night is ending // Ours is just beginning // On the road again,” They sing. “Like a band of gypsies, we roll down the highway… Brothers ‘til the end // Insisting that the world keep turning our way.”

While Skeletons was already an exemplary album, the three new tracks added to the deluxe album just make it all the more perfect.

Skeletons Deluxe Tracklist:

  1. Lighten Up (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk)
  2. All Night (John Osborne, TJ Osborne and Andrew DeRoberts)
  3. AAll the Good Ones Are (TJ Osborne, Lee Miller and Craig Wiseman)
  4. I’m Not for Everyone (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Luke Dick and Natalie Hemby)
  5. Skeletons (John Osborne, TJ Osborne and Andrew DeRoberts)
  6. Back On The Bottle (John Osborne, TJ Osborne and Hayes Carll)
  7. High Note (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Casey Beathard and Dustin Christensen)
  8. Muskrat Greene (John Osborne)
  9. Dead Man’s Curve (John Osborne, TJ Osborne and Lee Miller)
  10. Make It a Good One (John Osborne, TJ Osborne and Stephen Wilson Jr.)
  11. Hatin’ Somebody (John Osborne, TJ Osborne and Casey Beathard)
  12. Old Man’s Boots (John Osborne)
  13. Younger Me (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Kendell Marvel)
  14. Headstone (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Kendell Marvel)
  15. Midnight Rider’s Prayer (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Paul Moak, Willie Nelson)
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Brothers Osborne’s new album ‘Skeletons Deluxe’ is out now, January 21st.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Brothers Osborne announcements and releases.

To keep up with Brothers Osborne, follow them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Skeletons Deluxe 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.

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Walker Hayes: ‘Country Stuff The Album’ – Review

Walker Hayes’ brand new full-length project, Country Stuff The Album featuring “Fancy Like” and “AA” is out now, January 21st on all streaming platforms. Listen below.

When Walker Hayes released his Country Stuff EP in June, he wasn’t yet “the Fancy Like guy.” In fact, the buzz had just begun about the track that would become a viral sensation, inescapable everywhere from live television performances to Applebee’s commercials. Now, Hayes is taking a step forward as an artist, releasing his full-length Country Stuff The Album today, January 21.

“I’ve been waiting so long to put out a project like this,” says the Monument recording artist in a statement. “It has everything I love from the fun of ‘Fancy Like’ to the more personal lyrics in ‘AA.’ As an artist, it’s such a unique thing to be able to share all the different versions of you in a project, and that’s really what I tried to do here.”

The album opens with “Drinking Songs,” an interesting choice for a man who’s faced his own battles with alcohol addiction. Yet, Hayes jokes about it as only he can, quipping on social media, “Who better to write a drinking song than an alcoholic?” On the breakup track, Hayes is rock bottom after a breakup, getting through the tough times supported by a drink and an array of country greats.

Interestingly, Hayes follows up his “Drinking Songs,” with “AA,” revealing the honest truths about his life and his struggles. On the mid-tempo tune, he muses, “I’m just tryna keep my daughters off the pole // And my sons out of jail // Tryna get to church so I don’t go to hell // I’m just tryna keep my wife // From figuring out // That I married up // And she married way, way down… Hey, I’m just tryna stay out of AA.”

Like “AA,” “What You Don’t Wish For” deals with the struggles Hayes has faced on his road to success. “People think I’m crazy // And sometimes I believe them,” He begins. “I ain’t the best singer in the world // But I can’t stop singing.” He dedicates the song to all “the kids with guitars looking up at the stars” with dreams of making music a career. “They say careful what you wish // But I say more // Be careful what you don’t wish for.”

Hayes shows his romantic side on songs like “Life With You” and “Make You Cry.” If you follow him on social media, it’s abundantly clear how much he loves his wife, Lainey. This is even more evident on the album’s more heartfelt tracks. “Life With You” is about how much life changes once you find your person. “I never knew that I was lonely ‘til your love // Didn’t believe in all that one and only stuff //  Only thing that my heart could commit to // Was my commitment issues // Til you came into the picture like whoa // I said ‘y’all i’m finished flying solo’…” Hayes sings.“Baby all I wanna do is life with you.” Meanwhile, on “Make You Cry,” he celebrates the happy tears of life, which were probably caused by these songs. “I know I hit the right emotion,” He sings. “When your eyes fill up with ocean.”

The album also features a handful of collaborations, including “Country Stuff” with Jake Owen, “Briefcase” with Lori McKenna, and “What If We Did?” with Carly Pearce, each of which appeared on his previously-released EP. The new addition here is the re-release of “Craig,” featuring Christian group MercyMe. The song tells the story of a man whom Hayes met at church that changed his life by paying things forward and giving him a van. The inclusion of MercyMe on the choruses here adds a new layer to the song, making it even more powerful.

“Yeah I know, he sounds cool right? // Not your typical kid from Sunday school, right? // Nah he can’t walk on water // Or turn the Napa Valley red // But he just might be tight with a man that did // Now he’s not the light of the world // But I wish that mine was bright as his // Yeah he just might be tight with a man that is”

“Fancy Like” is still one of the album’s standouts, with its inescapable earworminess that we’re somehow not sick of yet. Meanwhile, Hayes continues to drop funky beats like “Fancy Like” on the likes of “U Gurl,” another rhythmic singalong track that’s sure to make the TikTokers happy.

The album ends on a high note with the stirring Carly Pearce duet “What If We Did.” The track finds the pair after a one-night-stand, musing that they may not make it long term, but what if they did? “That only happens never,” Hayes sings as they consider a possible future together, Pearce’s angelic voice adding a beautiful richness of layers to the already dreamy track.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last six months, you’ve heard and sang along to “Fancy Like.” Yet, there’s so much more to Walker Hayes, as evidenced by Country Stuff The Album. While he can produce a viral hit with a silly dance, Hayes is much deeper than just that, and while it would be easy to simply write him off as “that Fancy Like guy,” we recommend you give him the chance he deserves.

Country Stuff The Album Tracklist:

  1. “Drinking Songs”
  2. “AA”
  3. “Life With You”
  4.  “U Gurl”
  5. “DeLorean”
  6. “Fancy Like”
  7. “Craig” (Feat MercyMe)
  8. “What You Don’t Wish For”
  9. “Country Stuff” (Feat. Jake Owen)
  10. “I Hope You Miss Me”
  11. “Briefcase” (Feat. Lori McKenna)
  12. “Cry”
  13. “What If We Did” (Feat. Carly Pearce)
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Walker Hayes’ brand new full-length project, ‘Country Stuff The Album’ is out now.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Walker Hayes announcements and releases.

To keep up with Walker Hayes, follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Country Stuff The 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.

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Restless Road Drops New Song “Growing Old With You”

Restless Road’s new song “Growing Old With You” is out now, January 21st on all streaming platforms. Learn more about the new track below.

Country newcomers, Restless Road released a brand new track today (January 21) titled “Growing Old With You.” The trio has been teasing the song on social media for over a month, and now it is finally available on all streaming platforms.

Restless Road broke onto the scene last March after fellow country artist and good friend, Kane Brown signed them to his record label and collaborated on the track “Take Me Home.” The rendition of the classic John Denver song was the lead single off their debut EP. Since then, they have released four additional songs, including the fun, drinking anthem, “Bar Friends.” They can now put “Growing Old With You” towards a future full-length project.

As far as love songs go, this one bumps it up a notch. It has all the elements of a wedding first dance. Penned by Jordan Minton, Jordan Reynolds, and Lady A’s Charles Kelley, the boys pour their hearts out in harmony and lay out all their plans with their women.

“What ya say we put us down some roots // Find a house up on a hill // Travel ’round the world // Put some pictures on the shelf // Hold you close and keep the faith // Raise some kids with our last name // Well, come on, baby, what you say we do // I feel like growing old with you”

The guys all shared what this song meant to them and their relationships individually on social media. Even though they are all at different points of their romantic lives—Zach is single, Garrett has a girlfriend of three years, and Colton is married—they all feel the weight of this song and express how it symbolizes what true love feels like.

Restless Road is currently on the road with Kane Brown on his Blessed and Free Tour. The group will headline their own tour beginning in April. For tickets, head to their website.

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Restless Road’s new song “Growing Old With You” is out now, January 21st

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Restless Road releases.

To keep up with Restless Road follow them on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

“Growing Old With You” 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.

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Priscilla Block Drops New Song + Announces Debut Album

Priscilla Block drops brand new song “My Bar,” and announces debut album Welcome To The Block Party. Learn more about the new music below.

One of our favorite rising artists, Priscilla Block has some exciting news for fans! On Friday, (Jan 14) Block released her new song “My Bar” and dropped the news that her debut full-length album is coming! The singer’s upcoming album, Welcome To The Block Party will be released on February 11th.

Featuring twelve tracks, each co-written by Block, the debut album is one to look out for. To celebrate the exciting news, the singer released her new song “My Bar,” accompanied by a lyric video. The new track features Block’s sassy personality and continued genius at crafting a lyric.

“Don’t come walkin’ in like you own it, you own it // I hate to break it to you, you don’t, yeah, you don’t // You think you’re such a star but here’s the funny part // No one even knows who you are // This is my bar // Yeah, this is my bar”

Fans of Block’s previously released tracks, such as “Just About Over You” and “Peaked In High School,”, (both included on the upcoming project) will love “My Bar” just as much. Check back on February 11th, for our full review of the debut album.

Block joined us over the summer in New York City for a live acoustic session and interview. Get to know the star in the video below.

Welcome To The Block Party Tracklist:

  1. Welcome To The Block Party (Priscilla Block, Mark Mulch)
  2. My Bar (Priscilla Block, Stone Aielli, Lexie Hayden)
  3. Heels In Hand (Priscilla Block, Robbie Artress, Josh Beale, Sarah Jones, Kate Hasting)
  4. Like A Boy (Priscilla Block, Sarah Jones, Emily Kroll)
  5. I Know A Girl (Featuring Hillary Lindsey) (Priscilla Block, David Garcia, Hillary Lindsey)
  6. Ever Since You Left (Priscilla Block, Sarah Jones, Josh Kerr)
  7. Thick Thighs (Block Party Version) (Priscilla Block, Emily Kroll, Sarah Jones)
  8. I Bet You Wanna Know (Priscilla Block, Stone Aielli, Sarah Jones)
  9. I’ve Gotten Good (Priscilla Block, Liz Rose, Phil Barton)
  10. Wish You Were The Whiskey (Priscilla Block, Sarah Jones, Josh Beale, Kate Hasting)
  11. Just About Over You (Radio Edit) (Priscilla Block, Emily Kroll, Sarah Jones)
  12. Peaked In High School (Priscilla Block, Josh Beale, Sarah Jones, Kate Hasting)
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Priscilla Block’s debut album ‘Welcome To The Block Party,’ is due ou February 11th

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Priscilla Block releases.

To keep up with Priscilla Block follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“My Bar” 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.

Chris Lane Has Big, Big Plans For 2022 [Exclusive Interview]

In our exclusive interview, we chatted with Chris Lane all about his upcoming “Fill Them Boots” tour. Read more below!

Chris Lane has had quite the year already, and it’s just getting started. We had the opportunity to chat with him leading up to his “Fill Them Boots” tour.

A lot has changed in Chris Lane’s life since he released his sophomore album in 2018: he got married to his wife Lauren Bushnell, had two life-changing hit songs on country radio, his son Dutton was born, and now, he is embarking on his headlining “Fill Them Boots” tour.

“It’s been so good to be at home, especially these first [seven months] that Dutton’s been born…  I’ve really enjoyed it… I’m very very excited to get back on the road. There’s gonna be quite a few weekends that we bring Lauren and Dutton out, and we’ll still get to be together a lot, so I am very excited.”

Lane has released a plethora of new material in the past year: songs like the current single “Fill Them Boots” to the HIXTAPE collab “Small Town On It” to the latest release “Stop Coming Over”. If fans are excited to finally hear these new songs live, Lane is just as over the moon. “I think as an artist there is nothing like being in front of people. The energy is much different, and hearing them scream the words back to you is honestly the best part about creating music and being an artist. A lot of these songs, I haven’t even been able to play live yet, which is not normal. Usually, you record a song and you’re out on tour and you get to start playing it immediately.”

As his personal life has changed, his songwriting and even touring lifestyle have changed a bit since his last “Big, Big Plans” headlining tour. “When Lauren and I first started dating, it gave me a whole new inspiration to write about and a whole new set of feelings. And when we got married, the same kind of thing. It transitions your mindset a little bit,” he explained to us. “Even more so when you have a child – it all definitely plays into the kind of songs I write. It’s softened my heart a little bit more.”

When it comes to putting together a setlist for this tour, because of streaming analytics, he is able to know where in the world certain fans like certain songs. Using this data, he will be able to customize the setlists on the tour. Additionally, he’s most excited about connecting with the audience again. “I’m a big moments guy – I love having a lot of moments in my set. Whether that’s bringing somebody up on stage, usually a little girl, to sing ‘For Her’… I’ll probably keep that moment in my set.” If you haven’t gotten tickets for Chris Lane’s “Fill Them Boots” tour, it’s a show you’re not going to want to miss.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Chris Lane releases.

To keep up with Chris Lane, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Chris Lane’s music 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.

Country Swag Presents: HAPPY HOUR HANG with Conner Smith

Country Swag Presents:
HAPPY HOUR HANG
with CONNER SMITH

Join us on Wednesday, January 26th at 5:00PM in New York City at Hill Country Barbecue Market, 30 W 26th St for an exclusive Happy Hour Hang with rising country star, Conner Smith!

Enjoy a live acoustic set from the 2022 Artist to Watch as he plays music from his debut EP, Didn’t Go Too Far, and get to know the singer-songwriter in an intimate setting before he hits the big stages.

THE ONLY WAY IN IS TO WIN!

Enter below for your chance to score access to this special show.

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Brett Sheroky Releases Brand New Song “Everybody Wants”

Brett Sheroky’s new song “Everybody Wants” is out now, January 14th on all streaming platforms. Learn more about the new track below.

There are singer’s and then there are artists, and Brett Sheroky is the latter. The songwriter turned artist continues to release music that both speaks to his experiences and his fanbase. His songs “Better On Paper” and “Ain’t My Place” are emotive, while “4 Goodyears” is storytelling at a top-tier level. Today, the singer-songwriter releases a brand new song, “Everybody Wants,” to add to his impressive collection of music.

The new song is upbeat and fun. Still, the song teaches us all a lesson in just a three-minute track. “Everybody Wants” depicts human nature and our desire to want something, but not be willing to fight for it. It is the wake-up call we all need when we are feeling sorry for ourselves.

“Everybody wants to be the king of the hill but nobody wants to have to climb it // Everybody wants 15 minutes of fame but nobody wants to put the time in // Working for tomorrow’s a hard pill to swallow and nobody wants to take it // Everybody wants to have it made but nobody wants to have to make it”

Clearly a man with a lot of fight, Sheroky shares his strength and integrity with us through his music. It is especially evident in this new song. We continue to love every song that the singer gives to his fans, and this song is no different!

To read more about Brett Sheroky, his triumphant battle with cancer, and his incredible songwriting skills, check out our spotlight interview.

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Brett Sheroky’s new song “Everybody Wants” is out now, January 14th

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Brett Sheroky releases.

To keep up with Brett Sheroky, follow him on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

“Everybody Wants” 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.

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Tenille Townes’ New Song “When’s It Gonna Happen” Out Now

Tenille Townes’s new song “When It’s Gonna Happen” is out now, January 14th on all streaming platforms. Learn more about the new track below.

One of our favorite singer-songwriters in country music, Tenille Townes is finally back with brand new music. The songstress is following up the release of her song “Villain In Me,” with a new, vulnerable track. Townes shares her heart on the new song, “When It’s Gonna Happen,” out now.

The new song is a single-girl anthem in a least-expected way. In each verse, Townes shares her heart with fans. She laments about how it feels to be the only one not in love yet, asking about when it is going to be her time. A relatable concept for many of us, “When it’s Gonna Happen” is one of the most poignant songs in Townes’ impressive catalog of music.

“Sometimes I feel like I’m the last one standing // I look around and all my friends are falling in love // I’m scared to death I’ll end up empty-handed // Can’t be the only one thinking // When’s it gonna happen, happen to me // Know it’s supposed to happen naturally // When’s it gonna happen to me”

According to Townes, fans can thank themselves for this song coming to fruition! Thanks to the love the song got on social media, the budding star was able to release the incredible track.

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Tenille Townes’ new song “When’s It Gonna Happen” is out now, January 14th.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Tenille Townes releases.

To keep up with Tenille Townes, follow her on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

“When’s It Gonna Happen” 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.

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Conner Smith: ‘Didn’t Go Too Far’- EP Review

Conner Smith’s debut EP, Didn’t Go Too Far is officially out now, January 14th, and available on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new music below and check out our full review.

Conner Smith, one of our favorite rising stars and 2022 Artists to Watch, has officially released his debut EP, Didn’t Go Too Far. Since signing his record deal in 2019, Smith has secured his spot as a country artist headed for stardom. In just six months, since he started releasing music, the singer-songwriter has garnered an incredible fanbase of supporters and cemented his move from songwriter to artist.

The new project features six songs in the collection, made up of three previously released tracks and three brand new songs. The record kicks off with a new song, “College Town.” Written by Smith independently, the song sets the tone for the rest of the project. The song is high-energy, honest, and lyrically focused, the perfect introduction to the EP.

“The next thing I know, a couple of songs I wrote got me a record deal // They put them out and sent me out to see how it made the people feel // Yeah me and my band hopped in a van to go play some college shows // and that’s why we’re here, so let’s drink a beer”

The record continues with Smith’s current radio single, “Learn From It.” Like the previous song, the singer lets fans know more about his story on this track. The song takes us through all of the mistakes and experiences we all go through as we grow up. Ultimately, the singer relies on the adage that we all learn from those things. The song allows us as listeners to learn more about the artist and his story.

Next up is one of our favorite songs off the record, which also happens to be one of Smith’s favorites as well. The title track, “Didn’t Go Too Far” is vulnerable and authentic. The singer laments about how it feels to lose your love, but being stuck in that small-town makes it nearly impossible to move on. The feelings that Smith brings in the listener in this song proves how incredible of a songwriter he is in his young career.

“There’s only one bar // There’s only one church // How do I move on, when I see you everywhere I turn // I can’t go anywhere to get away // and settle the heart // Because the one that got away didn’t go too far”

The record’s journey continues with the previously released “Take It Slow.” Giving off Sam Hunt vibes, the track is the romantic and hopeful song that this EP begged for. The song is smooth, nostalgic, and inviting. It depicts young love in a way that makes us all feel like we are experiencing it again for the first time. Smith first played the track for us during our live acoustic session and interview this fall in New York City. Check it out in the video below.

Of course, Smith could not put out his debut EP without “I Hate Alabama.” The song is the only track that Smith did not write, but the singer really brings life to the incredible tune. The slow-burn begins as the ultimate disdain towards Alabama Crimson Red Football team, but after one listen, fans will know that it is definitely not just that. Smith pours his heart out, sharing that the reason he truly hates Alabama is because he got his heart broken. Even Alabama-natives can understand that!

Finally, the record culminates with “Somewhere In A Small Town,” ironically the song that Smith often kicks off his live shows with. The song is fun, romantic, and enticing, all qualities that Smith also possesses.

Overall, Didn’t Go Too Far is a perfect example of how spectacular a debut EP can be for an artist. Smith is a breath of fresh air in country music. He knows how to craft a lyric like a pro, entice country fans across the spectrum, and create music that makes us all feel all pillars of a star in the making.

Learn more a out the rising star in our spotlight interview here. Want a chance to win a personalized video message from Conner Smith? Enter to win here.

Didn’t Go Too Far EP Tracklist:

  1. College Town” (Conner Smith)
  2. Learn From It” (Conner Smith, Daniel Ross)
  3. Didn’t Go Too Far” (Conner Smith, Matt Dragstrem, Matt Jenkins)
  4. Take It Slow” (Conner Smith, Ryan Hurd, Mark Trussell)
  5. I Hate Alabama” (Nick Columbia, Drew Green, Hunter Phelps, Lee Starr)
  6. Somewhere In A Small Town” (Conner Smith, Zach Crowell, Hunter Phelps)
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Conner Smith’s debut EP ‘Didn’t Go Too Far” is out now.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Conner Smith releases.

To keep up with Conner Smith, follow him on Instagram, TwitterTikTok, and Facebook.

Didn’t Go Too Far EP is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Brett Eldredge Releases New Song “Want That Back”

Brett Eldredge’s new song “Want That Back” is out now, January 14th on all streaming platforms. Learn more about the new track below.

Following the release of his newest Christmas record, ‘Mr. Christmas’, Brett Eldredge is sharing a brand new song with fans. Written in a time that felt uncertain for all of us, the singer speaks from the heart on this track. The new song “Want That Back” is out now.

The simplistic tune is one of those songs that strip away all the glitz and the glam to reveal a touching melody. Nostalgic, beautiful, and thought-provoking, Eldredge makes us all feel something in this song. We all have those moments in life that we wish we could relive over and over again.

According to Eldredge in his latest Instagram caption, the song came to him at a time that he needed it. “I woke up at 3am one night feeling the weight of everything going on in the world and I was overwhelmed,” he began. “I quickly recorded the words and the melody to the chorus as I tried to find comfort in the real and simple things in life.” The singer later added, “I hope this song makes ya think, I hope it helps ya reach for the real things that have made ya who ya are…I hope it’s some light in times of darkness.”

“Want That Back” is a song that is pure country music at its finest. Kudos to Eldredge on this release!

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Brett Eldredge’s new song “Want That Back” is out now, January 14th

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Brett Eldredge releases.

To keep up with Brett Eldredge, follow him on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

“Want That Cack” 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.