Chris Stapleton “Think I’m In Love With You”
Featured on his new album Higher, out November 10, “Think I’m In Love With You” shows off Stapleton’s romantic side. Written in its entirety by Stapleton, the song is filled with heartfelt lyrics and earnest confession that capture what country music listeners love most about the 8-time GRAMMY winner.
Carter Faith - “Carolina Burns”
The relatable new song from Carter Faith is a must-listen. Speaking on the inspiration behind the track, she shared in an Instagram post, “It’s a song about my first heartbreak and not being able to shake the people, places, and memories in your past, even though you couldn’t be farther away from them."
Jordana Bryant - “Breathe”
Featured on her debut self-titled EP, “Breathe” is a heartfelt reminder to be kind to ourselves and always take a moment to stop and ‘breathe.’ Jordana’s lyrical capabilities shine on this one and it’s the perfect closer for her debut EP.
Becca Bowen - “If I’m Being Honest”
The latest one from ‘Country Barbie’ herself is the follow-up song to her viral hit “Son Of A Gun.” Becca’s no-nonsense and straight-to-the-point lyrics are a breath of fresh air. She takes listeners on the next part of her journey and doesn’t hold back!
Tyler Childers - “In Your Love”
Tyler’s vocals are front and center when the track starts (and for good reason). The raspiness in his voice is truly captivating alongside a lyrical masterpiece that will have his fans putting this one on repeat. The music video is a must-see as well.
Dee White - “Wagon Girl”
Dee White is back again with new music and we can’t get enough. Speaking on the writing experience, Dee shared on Instagram that, “the morning myself and @sergsanchezmusic wrote ‘Wagon Girl,’ we sat down to write a ‘rocker.’ We listened to some Vern Gosdin and Waylon Jennings records, and this song came out.” We're excited to hear more new music from this Alabama native.
Lainey Wilson - “Smell The Smoke” (Live)
This has been a monumental week for Lainey Wilson as she has scored 9 CMA nominations. She’s also released the live version of “Smell The Smoke.” This song made its first appearance in Season 5 of the hit show Yellowstone and later appeared on Lainey’s latest album Bell Bottom Country. The explosive track tells the tale of a woman who isn’t afraid of her scars or the lessons she’s learned.
Donice Morace - “Wait ‘Til I’m Gone”
Featured on his latest album This Life I Love, “Wait ‘Til I’m Gone” is the final installment in a trilogy of singles that tell the beginning and end of a love story. While not necessarily a happy ending, the song deals with the aftermath of heartbreak and those feelings affect a person. There is a hopeful sense of optimism though as the song comes to a close!
Colbie Caillat & Sheryl Crow - “I’ll Be Here”
Originally written 13 years ago, Colbie teams up with Sherly Crow for this feel-good duet. On Instagram Colbie shared, “This is a song about always being there for the ones you love. So honored to have @sherylcrow singing this sweet song with me. Working together through this process has been so much fun."
Liddy Clark - “If There Was No Traffic In L.A.”
Liddy describes this one as one of her favorite heartbreak songs she’s ever written and we can understand why! Using the formidable L.A. traffic as a metaphor for heartbreak, Liddy expertly creates a sense of nostalgia for what once was. We can’t get enough of her expertly crafted lyrics and are eagerly awaiting more new music from the Plano, Texas native!