Track45 Shares New Song “Last Man In Tennessee”
Track45’s new song “Last Man In Tennessee” is out now, April 21st, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.
Family trio, Track45 continue to make waves with their new music. Last month they shared their popular song, “Hate Me” to which fans praised on social media. Today, the trio is following up that release with another new song called “Last Man In Tennessee.”
“This song is a comeback to that guy who thinks you’ll never get over him – your world doesn’t revolve around him anymore, and it’s better that way!” says Track45. “It’s easy to feel depressed after a relationship ends… that you’ll never find the right one, but this song is a fun, lighthearted anthem to remind yourself ‘I’m so over him’ and there are plenty of fish in the sea.”
The new single is one for all the girls who are ready to get over their ex. “Last Man In Tennessee” is sassy, relatable, and incredibly catchy. Track45 brings their signature sound and incredible lyrics to the forefront on this song. When the song explodes into the chorus, it becomes clear that the song is a real smash.
“Betchya thought you got the best of me // And that over you I’d never be // But this bar is one big neon sea // there’s plenty fish swimming around // And I came along to have a few // wasn’t tryin to find nobody new // but I found myself f a whole dang crew // and they’ve been helping me out // I’ve got Jack // and I’ve got Jim”
Track45 is turning into a group to look-out for this year! With each new release, they showcase their staying power, showing how they know how to craft a song that fans see themselves in. We are excited to see what happens next!
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“Last Man In Tennessee” 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.