Seth Ennis’ new single “Hair Ties (I Don’t Wanna)” is out now, April 29th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new song below.
Seth Ennis just dropped a new song “Hair Ties (I Don’t Wanna)” today, Friday, April 29th. The upbeat jam intertwines the artist’s country and pop influences into the unique sound that we love from him.
“Hair Ties (I Don’t Wanna)” is about trying to move on without constantly being reminded of a past love. The tune was written by Ennis, Matt McVaney (Tim McGraw, Jimmie Allen) and GRAMMY nominee Geoff Warburton (Shawn Mendes “There’s Nothing Holding Me Back” and “In My Blood”). It was produced by GRAMMY nominee Jordan Schmidt (Blake Shelton “God’s Country”).
On the songwriting process, Ennis shares that it is actually a song they wrote a couple of years ago. He shared that it was one of those days that they weren’t really trying to write for him, but rather just trying to write the best song that day. The song ended up not getting cut and Ennis himself went back to it a couple of years later and it just happened to be the right sound for him and the perfect fit at the right time.
“I don’t wanna need you now // I don’t wanna drink this much // I don’t wanna see you out // I don’t wanna feel this stuck // I don’t wanna call you when I get lonely // I don’t wanna love you if you don’t love me // I just wanna stop finding your hair ties in my drawer, because I don’t wanna want you anymore”
We are looking forward to more new music from the singer-songwriter this year, as he hopes to continue to put out more and more music as it comes to him, and even hopes to make it out on tour by the end of the year!
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“Hair Ties (I Don’t Wanna)” 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.