Track45 Adds Touching New Song “When I Grow Up” to Their Music Catalog

Track45’s new song “When I Grow Up” is out now, September 15th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.

Sibling-trio, Track45 continue to prove their staying power with each and every new release. While all of their songs so far have been either fun, meaningful or a mix of the two, their new song “When I Grow Up” is a stand above the rest. The timely new song comes during Suicide Prevention Month, and the song itself is a beautiful, raw, and vulnerable statement about mental health.

While the song may be feel heavy, it is an honest and much-needed reflection on depression, mental health, and everything that it encompasses. Track45 found a way to share a poignant topic in a way that anyone who has ever lost someone, death with a mental health issue or wished they could change things would relate to. “When I Grow Up” is a true letter to our younger selves.

“End of sophomore year // on the hood of your car drinking beer // Told me that your mama worked doubles // ever since your dad disappeared // You’d do anything to leave this place // Me and you and a bud light case // So innocent then // small town legends // We didn’t know we were running from the truth that was coming // but man we were something in the parking lot buzzing // Yeah, you just wanted to be numb // I just want to be numb with you // Man we were dumb // Blame it on our youth”

Track45 created a stunning new song with an incredible message. “When I Grow Up” is what country music is all about, real and authentic songwriting.


Track45 shares new song, “When I Grow Up,” out now on all streaming platforms.

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“When I Grow Up” 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.