Ernest Shares Three New Songs Ahead of Deluxe Album

Ernest shares news of a deluxe album along with three new songs, “Miss That Girl, “Songs We Used To Sing,” and “Unhang The Moon,” out now, December 16th, on all streaming platforms. Listen below.

Throughout his young career, Ernest has clearly established that he has what it takes to rise to superstardom. The accomplished songwriter’s venture into solo artistry has been well-received by fans and industry alike. Ahead of the deluxe version of his album FLOWER SHOPS (THE ALBUM): Two Dozen Roses, Ernest is sharing three new songs.

Amongst the three new songs are “Miss That Girl,” “Songs We Used To Sing,” and “Unhang The Moon.” Throughout all three of the tracks, fans get a taste of the more melancholy and pensive side of the entertainer. Similar to the vibes of the single Flower Shops, Ernest leans into sharing his heart on each of the three tracks.

On “Miss That Girl,” he shares how hard it is to move on and admit how much you miss someone. “Songs We Used To Sing” leans into the nostalgia of it all. The slightly-heavier song expresses heartache in an even deeper way. Finally, “Unhang The Moon” is the ultimate heartbreak song. It seems the three songs all tell a similar story, as Ernest seems to access more and more emotions with his vocals.

The three songs, along with ten new songs will round out the upcoming deluxe album. In total, Flower Shops (The Album): Two Dozen Roses will feature 24 songs. Fans can expect its release on February 10th.


Ernest shares first taste of upcoming deluxe album, ‘FLOWER SHOPS (THE ALBUM): TWO DOZEN ROSES.’

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“Miss That Girl,” “Songs We Used to Sing,” and “Unhang The Moon” are 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.