New Nation Songs of the Week – Billboard

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First Nation is a compilation of the very best new nation songs, movies & albums that dropped this week.

Little Huge City, “Wealthy Man”

“I’m a wealthy man/ And not using a lick of cash,” LBT sings on this solo write from group member Jimi Westbrook. This heartfelt ballad pays homage to the quartet’s households, love and the straightforward issues in life, bolstered by the group’s signature clean harmonies.

Invoice Anderson and Dolly Parton, “Sometime It’ll All Make Sense” (video)

 

These two icons crew up for a black-and-white, retro-tinged video to accompany this tender ballad in regards to the hope that at some point, all of life’s ups and downs shall be reconciled. The camaraderie between these two illustrious singer-songwriters is a sound to behold, and an ideal match for this easy, country-gospel observe.

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Kat & Alex, “We Purchased a Home”

This duo displays on younger love and the urge to calm down when the connection is correct, even when society is saying in any other case. This easygoing observe is one other winner from this duo.

Southerland, “Down The Street”

This rollicking observe — penned by Matt Chase, Chris Rogers, Jim Beavers and Derek George — is an ode to wanderlust and journey. The duo’s highly effective harmonies are entrance and heart and elevated by churning percussion, making for a radio-worthy track.

Billy Dean, The Remainder of It’s Mine

Billy Dean, recognized for ’90s nation hits similar to “If There Hadn’t Been You” and “Billy the Child,” returns along with his first album in a decade, The Remainder of It’s Mine, launched right this moment (July 22) by way of BFD/Audium Nashville. On the title observe, he groups with songwriter Paul Overstreet for a tropical deal with. The album additionally features a thirtieth anniversary re-recording of his signature hit “Someplace in my Damaged Coronary heart,” backed by a symphony orchestra.

Ben Burgess, “Tears the Measurement of Texas”

Burgess is thought for writing hits together with Morgan Wallen’s “Whiskey Glasses” and Tyler Wealthy’s “The Distinction,” however right here, he proves his creative mettle as an artist in his personal proper. This cinematic observe is a warning to a fictional love curiosity, a blunt assertion that his wild methods can’t be tamed by any relationship. Burgess’s earnest, weathered vocal lends authenticity to the track, which is a promising first outing in his journey from songwriter to artist. Burgess wrote the track with Josh Kerr, with manufacturing from Joey Moi.

Cody Jinks, “Loud & Heavy”

“Loud & Heavy,” a seven-year-old track from Jinks’ 2015 album Adobe Periods, is already an RIAA Platinum-certified track and a longtime fan favourite. In a novel enterprise transfer for Jinks and his crew, they’re betting that nation radio programmers will soar on board when the track lastly will get its official radio push within the coming weeks. The observe follows Jinks’ one-two punch launch of albums from final 12 months, the nation album Mercy and the metallic album None the Wiser. With darkish instrumentation underpinning allegorical use of lightning and rain imagery, “Loud & Heavy” synthesizes his penchants for each nation and metallic.

Jon Pardi, “Mr. Saturday Evening”

The title observe to Pardi’s forthcoming album (out Sept. 2) is a intelligent play on phrases, as he makes use of his party-guy persona to masks a lonely, damaged coronary heart. This Benjy Davis, Reid Isbell and Joe Ragosta-penned observe continues with Pardi’s signature neo-traditional nation bent, soaked in fiddle and metal. His pals assume he loves the late nights and neon lights, however Pardi lets the listeners in on his secret when he sings, “I smoke and drink/ Smile and wink and make ’em assume I’m wonderful/ They don’t know the way a lot I missed her Saturday evening.”

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