Jameson Rodgers announced his next EP, In It For The Money, due out April 23rd. Additionally, he dropped a brand new song, “Good Dogs”, available now, April 9th, everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the track.
One of our former Swag Spotlight artists, Jameson Rodgers is proving to be quite the force in country music. His debut single “Some Girls” went number one in October, and he has continued the momentum since. Today, he announced his next EP, In It For The Money, due out April 23rd, and dropped another heartfelt tune entitled “Good Dogs.”
Written during a writer’s retreat with a few of his buddies and fellow songwriters, Rodgers created a unique, yet powerful tune. “Good Dogs” is all about how important our pets are to us throughout the many stages of life. If the song sounds familiar, it may be because the singer leaked the song back in January, when he shared a clip of him playing the song on Youtube. Similar to Riley Green’s hit, “I Wish Grandpas Never Died” Rodgers’ new song tugs at listeners’ heartstrings as he conveys the message that we all feel, we wish dogs lived forever.
“Good trucks they’ll run forever if you keep oil in ‘em and you treat ‘em right // A good woman holds you together, she’ll stick with you for the rest of your life // Good buddies will always come running, got your back no matter what // But good dogs don’t live long enough”
Moreover, the tearjerker tells a compelling story, reminding us all to not take the people and pets we love and the things we cherish for granted. As usual, Rodgers’ vocals are powerful on the track too. The singer-songwriter is proving to be one of the newer artists that we are most excited about!
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“Good Dogs” 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.