Jon Langston’s new song “Try Missing You” is available now, July 9th on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.
Just last week, entertainer Jon Langston teamed up with newcomer Noah Hicks and fellow singer-songwriter Travis Denning on “Drinkin’ in a College Town.” Now, Langston showcases another side of his talent. Fans have been waiting for his newest release for years. After teasing the track at live shows and on social media, the singer finally officially premiered his heartfelt song “Try Missing You” today.
Co-written by Langston with Jody Stevens, “Try Missing You” is a song that the artist leaked over two years ago. Back in March of 2019, Langston shared a one-minute sneak peek of the song, as an acoustic performance on his YouTube page. The song showcases the singer’s vocal abilities and equally spotlights his songwriter prowess.
“Well if it weren’t for you hunny, I wouldn’t have a song to sing // I don’t know where I’m going to be tomorrow // Truth is I’m a little lost right now // The smoke and whiskey, it don’t fix me like you always do // If you think you’re missing me // Try missing you”
A love song at its core, the track is a thank you to his significant other for being there for him, as he tries to pursue this dream. It is often difficult to be a touring musician and be in a relationship. This song expresses what it’s like to be on the road and missing your lover.
Despite the fact that we are not all artists, the song is as relatable as it gets. Anyone who has ever been in love knows how it feels to experience your heart aching for your lover when they are not with you. “Try Missing You” might be one of Langston’s most vulnerable and best songs to date!
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