It was another a big weekend for new country music, with several artists releasing new tunes.
- Justin Moore shared the new song “We Didn’t Have Much,” the first single off his sixth studio album, which is due out next year. “I’m really excited to get ‘We Didn’t Have Much’ out to Country radio. It sounds different than any other song we’ve released to radio in my career,” Justin shares. “I think it’s a poignant lyric for this time in our lives also. 2020 has led my family and I to lead a more simple life than what we are accustomed to. This song speaks to the beauty in that simplicity.”
- Yola just released the new song “Hold On,” which features backing vocals by Brandi Carlile and Natalie Hemby, with Sheryl Crow on piano and Jason Isbell on guitar. A portion of the song will benefit MusiCares and the National Bail Out Collective. “’Hold On’ is a conversation between me and the next generation of young Black girls,” she shares. “’Hold On’ is asking the next gen to take up space, to be visible and to show what it looks to be young, gifted and Black.”
- Travis Denning just dropped the new song “Goodyears,” which has been a fan favorite since he started performing it live. “This song has always been somewhat of a creed for me,” Travis shares. “There’s no denying the bad times make the good even better. But when they do come, we sure know how to stop and take it all in. I think that’s something we can all relate to right now.”