Jake Worthington Shares Two New Songs Ahead of Debut Album

Jake Worthington shares two new songs “State You Left Me In” and “Next New Thing,” out now, March 17th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the new tracks below.

Country music’s cowboy, Jake Worthington is gearing up for his self-titled debut album, slated for release on April 7th. While fans anxiously await the record, Worthington is sharing two new songs to please country music fans. Today, the singer-songwriter released “State You Left Me In” and “Next New Thing,” out now.

Both of the new songs were co-written by Worthington. “State You Left Me In” was written by the singer with Timothy Baker and Roger Springer, while “Next New Thing” boasts writing credits for Steve Leslie and Roger Springer. On the former, “State You Left Me In,”  Worthington shows off his vulnerable side. The beautiful song feels heartfelt and relatable, as the singer laments about heartbreak. On the contrary, “Next New Thing” is a mid-tempo jam. The song is a perfect fit for some line dancing. Worthington shows off his range on these two cohesive, yet different tracks.

While country music has evolved over the last several years, it is refreshing to see someone firmly plant their heels in the traditional sound. Worthington is that artist. He creates music that appeals to the traditionalist, while modern country music lovers can still appreciate his talent, emotion, and relatable songwriting. Keep your eyes and ears ready for the singer-songwriter’s debut record!


Jake Worthington shares two new songs, ahead of debut album.

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“State You Left Me In” and “Next New Thing” 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.