Restless Road’s new song “Growing Old With You” is out now, January 21st on all streaming platforms. Learn more about the new track below.
Country newcomers, Restless Road released a brand new track today (January 21) titled “Growing Old With You.” The trio has been teasing the song on social media for over a month, and now it is finally available on all streaming platforms.
Restless Road broke onto the scene last March after fellow country artist and good friend, Kane Brown signed them to his record label and collaborated on the track “Take Me Home.” The rendition of the classic John Denver song was the lead single off their debut EP. Since then, they have released four additional songs, including the fun, drinking anthem, “Bar Friends.” They can now put “Growing Old With You” towards a future full-length project.
As far as love songs go, this one bumps it up a notch. It has all the elements of a wedding first dance. Penned by Jordan Minton, Jordan Reynolds, and Lady A’s Charles Kelley, the boys pour their hearts out in harmony and lay out all their plans with their women.
“What ya say we put us down some roots // Find a house up on a hill // Travel ’round the world // Put some pictures on the shelf // Hold you close and keep the faith // Raise some kids with our last name // Well, come on, baby, what you say we do // I feel like growing old with you”
The guys all shared what this song meant to them and their relationships individually on social media. Even though they are all at different points of their romantic lives—Zach is single, Garrett has a girlfriend of three years, and Colton is married—they all feel the weight of this song and express how it symbolizes what true love feels like.
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“Growing Old With You” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.