Filmore Releases Nostaligic New Song “Used To Be”

Filmore just released a nostalgic new track titled “Used To Be”, available everywhere today, April 16th, on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the track.

Back in September, one of our favorite artists, Filmore dropped his incredible 18-track debut album. Despite that release, Filmore is not slowing down. He follows up the record and his new song “Good Thing” with another spectacular new single. The singer-songwriter dropped “Used To Be” earlier today.

Complete with signature Filmore charm and flavor, “Used To Be” is a pensive and nostalgic jam about missing a relationship. The singer takes it a step further, admitting to missing the type of man he was when he used to be with this particular girl. We appreciate the reflective nature of Filmore’s songwriting; however, his vocals are just as enticing.

Filmore's "Used To Be" is available now, April 16th

Filmore’s “Used To Be” is available now, April 16th

“I knew you like the back of my hand I wish you were holding // It’s too late to say I’m sorry and now everywhere I go in this small town // Just reminds me, what used to be // Back when we used to be young, used to be wild”

It is just the beginning for Filmore and his blossoming career. With each and every song released, he continues to grow his fanbase exponentially. His signature pop-country sound is innovative, and we cannot wait to see his star continue to rise. To get more of your Filmore fix, check out our Swag Session below where he joined us back in to chat and play a few songs.

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“Used To Be” 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.