New in Nash: This Week in New Music
By Aaron Wagner
Thomas Rhett dropped two new songs together with the announcement of a brand new double album Country Again, with Side A dropping on the finish of April. “Growing Up” is one in all my favourite T-Rhett songs in awhile and an early favourite to be a radio single and “Want It Again” has T-Rhett crooning over a missed alternative.
Then Luke Bryan retains on cranking out new music as a part of his deluxe album. This week he sings about consuming away the ache of a failed relationship in “Drink A Little Whiskey Down.”
You’re in all probability acquainted with Miranda Lambert’s new challenge. She introduced that she might be releasing the uncooked cuts of her songwriting classes with Jack Ingram and Jon Randall, with the primary launch coming this week with “In His Arms.”
Midland is out with a brand new track this week that has an old-fashioned vibe with “Cowgirl Blues” and Travis Tritt can be out with a brand new one which has him craving for the nice ole days in “Smoke In A Bar.”
Favorite Songs from Country Risers:
“Your Man” – John King: It looks as if every part that John releases is so properly performed. This week, “Your Man” stood out as a kind of nice mid-tempo songs that’s completely made for radio. While I don’t know if this track will get its shot at radio, I feel if it does it may develop into his largest track thus far.
“Sunday Morning Kinda Saturday Night” – Ashley Cooke: With over half 1,000,000 followers on TikTok, she’s constructing a big fanbase however her expertise is second to none. Whether it’s her songwriting and storytelling or precise vocals, she’s a future star. This track title hooked me in and I’m only a fan of this track’s message of needing that reset and moderately than turning to a rowdy evening out in town, she slows issues down and will get again to her roots. So dang good.
“Greatest Thing I Ever Did” – Rob Mayes: If you need an instance of what makes nation music so particular, it’s this track and the nice piece of songwriting that created it. He sings about how each stage of life has these moments the place you’re feeling like it will probably’t get higher…however it does. It’s a really feel good track that everybody can relate to.