Morgan Wallen Set To Release New Song “Don’t Think Jesus”

After teasing the track back in October 2021, Morgan Wallen surprised fans with a post on TikTok revealing that the previously unreleased song, “Don’t Think Jesus” would officially be released on Friday, April 15th.

Wallen first previewed the song on Instagram, sharing that the tune was written by his friends (Chase McGill, Jessi Alexander, and Mark Holman) with him in mind. Admitting the song brought him to tears on first listen, Wallen went on to perform his own acoustic version of the song.

“Don’t Think Jesus” is relatable and comparable to Wallen’s own journey thus far. The ballad has a pure traditional country sound paired with Wallen’s unique vocals making it an instant fan-favorite.

Check back on Friday, April 15th for the official release of the brand new song, “Don’t Think Jesus”.

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Thomas Rhett’s Unreleased Cuts That You Need to Listen To ASAP

Thomas Rhett has shown no signs of slowing down this year. Here are four Thomas Rhett unreleased cuts that you need to listen to ASAP.

 

“Half Of Me” (featuring Riley Green)

A couple of months ago, Thomas Rhett performed a song he wrote, featuring Riley Green on stage. Now, the singer-songwriter shared “Half Of Me” with fans on social media. The track is fun, smoldering, and enticing.

 

“Your Mommas Front Door”

Another unreleased song, “Your Mommas Front Door” is a sentimental song about Rhett’s wife, Lauren. The simple song conveys the side of the singer we love the most. The storytelling aspect and the honesty of this song is one of our favorite things about it.

 

“Untitled”

In this sweet clip with his daughter, Rhett shares an unreleased song that is currently untitled. The song appears to be a fun-loving track about a new love and all the things that accompany that budding romance.

 

“Slow Down Summer (piano version)”

Back in May of last year, Rhett shared a version of “Slow Down Summer” for the first time. More recently, the singer shared a piano-driven rendition. The new rendition is thought-provoking, heartfelt, and simply effortless in all the right ways and guess what – now the song is officially OUT! Listen to the recorded version here.

 

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Luke Combs’ Unreleased Cuts That You Need to Listen To ASAP

Luke Combs is the gift that keeps on giving. For over a year, the entertainer has delivered new music, including sharing many unreleased songs with fans via social media. Here are nine Luke Combs unreleased cuts that you need to listen to ASAP.

 

“The Kind of Love We Make”

Most recently, Combs shared a brand new unreleased song with fans. The track is a sensual and romantic tune that leaves little to the imagination.

 

“We Still Drink Beer”

Combs was inspired by a tweet from some fans to create this fun-loving jam. “We Still Drink Beer” is a hit in the making, and we hope it has a place on the singer-songwriter’s next record.

 

“Ever Mine”

Last year, Combs shared a heartbreakingly beautiful song called “Ever Mine.” The track  embodies country storytelling. It is a true, raw, and emotive song that would be the perfect addition to the singer’s impressive catalog of music.

 

“Five-Leaf Clover”

“Five-Leaf Clover” is another love letter to life that Combs has created, as well as, a thank you to fans for believing in him. The song is another example of how humble Combs truly is.

 

“Good Old Days”

Back in June, Combs shared an unreleased song called “Good Old Days.” It is a simple mid-tempo track in which Combs lists his favorite parts about his younger days, including smalltown fairs and driving with your buddies in a truck.

 

“Joe”

Combs premiered this song during a performance at the Opry, receiving as standing ovation by the audience. He uses his voice to share a powerful story of a blue-collar worker and his redemption and recovery from alcoholism. A simple and quiet song, “Joe” is a top-notch storytelling song in country music.

 

“See Me Now”

In March, Combs shared this heartfelt song with fans via social media. On the track, the entertainer sings about similarities between himself and a loved one that has passed away. The song continues to unfold into a conversation he would have if he could still talk to that person.

 

“Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old”

Keeping busy, even when not on the stage, Combs gave fans a sneak peak of “Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old.” The song is all about looking at the younger days from the perspective of adulthood.

 

“Sleepless in a Hotel Room”

Co-written by Combs with Jonathan Singleton and Randy Montana, “Sleepless in a Hotel Room” is all about longing to be with the one you love. Combs teased the song all the way back in October 2020, so we only hope the song ends up on album #3!

 

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Morgan Wallen’s Unreleased Cuts That You Need to Listen To ASAP

Although Morgan Wallen has had a rollercoaster of a career thus far, the singer-songwriter continues to share new music with fans in the form of unreleased cuts. Here are six Morgan Wallen unreleased cuts that you need to listen to ASAP.

 

“You Proof”

Already a fan-favorite, Wallen posted a 1 minute clip of this song back in July, and fans have been begging for its release everyday since. The song is a rhythmic, love song that you cannot help, but to jam to.

 

“Thought You Should Know”

One of our absolute favorites, “Thought You Should Know” is Wallen’s song for his mother. The singer-songwriter shared the full song on his socials back in May. The song shows that Wallen is continuing to grow both as a human and as a songwriter.

 

“Don’t Think Jesus”

“Don’t Think Jesus” is one of the newest songs that Wallen has unveiled to fans. Although he didn’t write this one, the ballad clearly touched the singer and reminded him of his own journey thus far. Although Wallen dabbles with different sounds in his song, this one is pure traditional country music at its finest.

 

“Drink U Back”

A frequent collaborator, Wallen wrote “Drink U Back” with Ernest. The song conveys all the emotions involved in a difficult break-up. All vocals and all heart, the song features a vocally-impressive performance by Wallen, showing his softer and more vulnerable side.

 

“Untitled”

Even without a formal title, this song is a hit! Similar to Wallen’s songs like “Warning” and “865,” the singer leans into a fresh sound with this song that depicts a fling that did not go according to plan on Broadway in downtown Nashville.

 

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Luke Combs Shares New Unreleased Song “Five-Leaf Clover”

Luke Combs shared a brand new unreleased song, “Five-Leaf Clover” with fans. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.

It seems as though Luke Combs is always teasing new music. Combs is still riding the success of his ACM and CMA award-winning album, What You See Ain’t Always What You Get, and its single “Forever After All” recently going number one for the fifth straight week. Just the other day, he shared a brand new song “Good Old Days” with fans on social media. Now, he’s sharing another unreleased song called “Five-Leaf Clover.”

The new song feels exactly like the superstar we know and love. “Five-Leaf Clover” is another love letter to life Combs has created and a thank you to fans for believing in him. Throughout the verses, the singer-songwriter expresses all the things he is thankful for. It’s clear that despite his one-of-a-kind success, Combs will always remain as humble as can be.

“I make it home every evening // To an angel God sent from above // Got an 8 point on camera from last year // This season looks like a ten // Got a barn with a fridge full of cold beer / On the weekends it’s full of good friends”

We hope that more unreleased music is on the horizon from the singer, and we suspect that it is! Luke Combs is a megastar for a damn good reason!

Combs is headed out on the road this fall, with two nights at the famous Madison Square Garden in New York City. For tickets, head to his website.

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Luke Combs Shares Unreleased New Song “Good Old Days”

Luke Combs shared a brand new unreleased track, “Good Old Days” with fans. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.

It seems as though Luke Combs is always teasing new music. Still riding the success of his ACM and CMA award-winning album, What You See Ain’t Always What You Get, with its single “Forever After All” recently going number one for the fifth straight week, he shared a new video of his latest song “Good Old Days”, building quite the unreleased catalog, along with “See Me Now,” and “Joe.”

“Good Old Days” is a simple, mid-tempo track in which Combs lists his favorite parts about his younger days, including small-town fairs and driving with your buddies in a truck. He brings the energy to the live performance, as his vocals shine behind the pounding drums and electric guitar when the chorus comes around.

“We were young, we were free // didn’t have a thing we didn’t need // We were wild, we were green // back when we knew everything // Back in the good old days”

Combs is headed out on the road this fall, with two nights at the famous Madison Square Garden in New York City. For tickets, head to his website.

To keep up with Luke Combs, follow him on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

For the latest new country music tunes, follow our  ‘New Country Music’ playlist for your weekly new country music fix.

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Morgan Wallen Unveils Unreleased Song “Thought You Should Know”

Morgan Wallen unveils unreleased song “Thought You Should Know” for fans on his social media. Listen to the brand new track below.

As he makes his way back into the limelight, Morgan Wallen continues to share unreleased songs with fans that showcase his growth. Over the weekend, the singer unveiled his latest number, “Thought You Should Know,” which he co-wrote with Miranda Lambert and Nicolle Galyon. Although written previously, Wallen shared that he felt that this was the best time to preview the song with his fans.

Moreover, inspired by his relationship with his mother, the singer digs deep on this track. Wallen proves that he is aware of his falls. Wallen continues to pour his heart out on his songs. It is similar to the vulnerability in tracks like “Livin’ The Dream.” Wallen showcases the human side of fame on this song. Secondly, we predict that it will be a hit with fans as soon as it is released.

“What’s going on mama // Something just dawned on ya // I ain’t been home in some months // Been chasing some songs and women // Making some bad decisions // God knows I’m drinking too much // Yeah I know you’ve been worrying about me // You’ve been losing sleep since 93’ // I thought you should know that all those prayers you thought you wasted on me // Must of finally made their way on through”

Overall, with the success of Dangerous: The Double Album, it is hard to believe that Wallen will stay quiet for long. It is clear that fans are going to support him on his journey. The future is uncertain, but it seems Wallen is exerting his staying power, one lyric at a time.

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

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For the latest releases in country music, check out our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Mitchell Tenpenny Teases Brand New Unreleased Breakup Song

Mitchell Tenpenny took to Instagram and TikTok to share a sneak peek at a brand new unreleased track. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.

Mitchell Tenpenny proves time and time again how incredible of a songwriter he is. We have believed in him and his talent, since day one, so we always love to see him creating. He finally released the fan-favorite song “To Us It Did,” and now it seems, Tenpenny is scheming up some more new music. The singer-songwriter took to social media to tease an unreleased song earlier this week.

Utilizing TikTok and Instagram, the singer keeps fans entertained, as well as anticipating new music. Just a few days ago, Tenpenny captioned a video of him in the recording booth, singing a new song with “That New New! Should I release?” Almost immediately, fans took to the comments, begging the singer to release the song immediately. Only time will tell to see if Tenpenny will oblige!

“Every word that you’re saying is another stab to my reputation // I can’t take it anymore, but you’ve opened that door // Yeah there’s two sides to every break up // One’s the lie and one’s the truth // One of them went down and one is made up, but in the end we both lose // Why can’t we meet in the middle, call it even, call it a truce // Yeah, if you quit telling lies about me, I won’t tell the truth about you”

The hooky song is all about a messy break-up, where your ex is spreading rumors about you around town. The singer takes a unique approach, sharing the perspective of the person, who is being gossiped about. Check out the teaser above, and let us know what you think.

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Luke Combs Premieres New Unreleased Song “Joe” at Opry

Luke Combs premiered a new kind of drinking song during his Grand Ole Opry performance, telling the story of “Joe” in the unreleased track. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.

Over the weekend, Luke Combs took the stage at Nashville’s coveted venue, the Grand Ole Opry. The singer performed hits like “Forever After All,” “Beautiful Crazy,” and “When It Rains It Pours,” but decided to surprise fans as well. As many who get the chance to perform at the Opry do Combs unveiled a brand new unreleased song to the audience, simply titled “Joe.”

Combs shared with fans that the song was only a few days old. He collaborated with Erik Dylan on the track, after Dylan had started it with another songwriter, James Slater. “I just thought it would be real awesome, and we finished it together,” shared the singer on stage, “I guess the title of this song would be “Joe.” So just hear me out and tell me what you think.”

Combs uses his voice to share a powerful story of a blue-collar worker and his redemption and recovery from alcoholism. A simple and quiet song, “Joe” is a top-notch story-telling song in country music. Combs’ rich voice and incredible delivery make you want to hang on to every lyric.

“Thank the Lord every morning with a sweet Amen // For how far I’ve come from where I’ve been // So here’s to good days and a better tomorrow // And a light at the end of the bottle”

For anyone who has ever found themselves or known someone who struggles with alcoholism, this song will hit home. It is all of our stories of struggle and redemption. Once again, Combs proves why he is one of the best in the business! Check out the full Opry performance below.

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Luke Combs Shares New Song Inspired By A Fan’s Tweet

As Luke Combs prepares for his highly anticipated third studio album, he’s giving fans a sneak peek with new, unreleased tracks that just may make their way to the project. Inspired by a fan’s tweet, “We Still Drink Beer” is Combs’ latest surprise.

As always, there is no one quite like Luke Combs in the entertainment industry and when superfan, Billy McKee sent a tweet to the superstar, Combs did what he does best – wrote a song.

Sharing a photo of his wedding day, McKee added, “Man @MillerLite and @lukecombs if you guys don’t reply back to this photo I don’t even know what to say!! This was my wedding this Saturday March 27!” The photo shows McKee down on one knee, drinking a beer with a Miller Lite box over his head, while his groomsmen surround him, drinking Miller Lite as well.

Luke Combs new, unreleased track was inspired by Combs fan, Billy McKee's Wedding Tweet

Luke Combs’ new, unreleased track was inspired by Combs fan, Billy McKee’s Wedding Tweet

Less than 48 hours later, not only did McKee receive a tweet back from the singer-songwriter, but Combs also shared a brand new song inspired by the photo. Sharing the song to social media, Combs added, “It’s on your wedding day, I believe, and you’re down on one knee with a beer box on your head, and all your buddies are around you drinking beers, and it kind of just inspired this song.” Before performing an acoustic version of the song alongside his co-writers, Combs adds “I know I have a lot of beer songs, but here’s another one.”

“We Still Drink Beer” comes just days after Combs shared another new, unreleased song on social media called, “See Me Now,” giving fans a sneak peek at album number three.

While “See Me Now” touched our heartstrings, “We Still Drink Beer” is a jam. The latter is all about how crazy life gets, but that at the end of the day, we’re going to choose a cold one. The song is reminiscent of Combs’ hits “Beer Never Broke My Heart” and “When It Rains It Pours,” but the vocals are even more elevated and incredible if that’s even possible. “One small step for man, cold beer for all mankind,” Cheers to that Luke!

“We’d still drink beer // We’d still get loud // We’d still turn up // Catch us a buzz, while the sun goes down // Til every last drop in the world is gone or the good Lord calls us home // Cause as long as we’re down here // We still drink beer”

In just a few short days, Combs has reminded us that he can pretty much sing and write anything. He will continue to give us vulnerable songs and fun, party songs a pair we just cannot get enough of. We cannot wait for the next one!

Luke Combs drops new, unreleased track, "We Still Drink Beer"

Luke Combs drops new, unreleased track, “We Still Drink Beer”

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

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For the latest new country music tunes, follow our  ‘New Country Music’ playlist for your weekly new country music fix.