Hannah Ellis Releases New Song “Home And A Hometown”

Hannah Ellis’ new song, “Home And A Hometown” is out now, August 27th, on all streaming platforms.  Take a look below as we dig into the track.

We have been big fans of Hannah Ellis for many years now. We first fell in love with Ellis when we heard “Would You Love Me”, a song she co-wrote for Russell Dickerson’s debut album Yours, and then hosted her at our Women’s Brunch back in March 2018 where she sang that song along with her first single “ILY So What”.  Check out our full recap from that event here. Today, the newly signed Curb Records artist releases her popular song “Home And A Hometown.”

The song is a special one. It is Ellis’ story of falling in love and feeling at home in Nashville, but still finding herself missing and loving her hometown. The songstress shared, “I realized that I love both places so much for different reasons and it occurred to me that I have a home and a hometown. I came home to Nashville and wrote the song that week.”

“Cause I got a highway and I got a backroad // I got a fast-paced life and a place I go to move slow // One I wanna make it, one I wanna make proud // No matter which one I’m leavin’ I still wanna turn around // ‘Cause I got a home and I got a hometown”

In just a few more weeks, Ellis will share the song on one of the most prestigious stages in Nashville. She makes her Opry debut on September 28th. Then shortly after, Ellis will release her next single “Us.” 2021 is sure to be a huge year for the rising star!


Hannah Ellis’ new song, “Home And A Hometown” is out now, August 27th, on all streaming platforms.

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