Carly Pearce’s new song “Next Girl”
With Carly’s divorce being finalized in early September, she took to music to warn the next girl. With all the red flags that can come out, women need to bond together and find their perfect match.
“We live in a world where there are so many smooth-talking guys who’re so quick to sweep you off your feet – and they always have a story about the girl before,” said Pearce in a press release. “So when we were asking ourselves, ‘What would Patty Loveless do?’ We figured not only would she warn the girl, she’d turn over all the cards: how he works, how he talks about the old girlfriend, what he’ll do once he’s got her.”
Caitlyn Smith’s new single “I Can’t” featuring Old Dominion
Smith says, “I moved to Nashville 10 years ago, and both the city and I are completely different now. The idea for ‘I Can’t’ came to me when I was driving by downtown to a session, and noticed more new skyscrapers going up and dozens of cranes changing the skyline and couldn’t help but feel like a stranger in my own town. There’s beauty in change, in watching a city progress, but sometimes personal change can feel impossible. It’s comforting to know you’re not alone, so the song has always felt like a duet to me, and adding Old Dominion to the track really makes it magic.”
Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey adds, “We were fans of Caitlyn before we knew she was a fan of our music. We are so honored she asked us to be a part of this project. It was a great way for us to expand into a different style than we usually play. We can’t wait to show it off.”
MacKenzie Porter’s new track “Drinkin’ Songs”
What happens when “our song” gets flushed down with the relationship? For MacKenzie Porter that song becomes her newest drinking song.
“You know when you’re dating someone, and you have ‘your song,’ The one you pick together to be the theme song of your relationship…. the one where every lyric seems to be singing about your love… this is about THAT song…. after you break up,” shares Porter in a recent press release. “It’s the one that now magically seems to come on the radio every single time you get into the car just to remind you what was once yours. The song that used to make you feel so secure and whole – but now it’s just another one of your drinkin’ songs.”
Lauren Davidson’s new single “Going Nowhere”
The New York native is bringing her unconventional brand of country to our stereos! Her new single, “Going Nowhere” is the fourth single of her EP Love Ain’t Fair and it perfectly showcases her New York country style.
In an interview with Pop Hearts TV, Lauren says, “I like to fuse the story telling, which is the underlying characteristic of country music with telling stories from where I actually live and the things I have actually experienced. Instead of dirt roads and pick up trucks and a lot of things that were for so long the typical country music themes.
Kylie Morgan’s new song “Cuss A Little”
Kylie is back at it adding her humor, storytelling and singing prowess to bring us her new song, “Cuss A Little.” The laughable song is upbeat and brings a sense of realism to the everyday person’s perception of themselves.
“Cuss A Little” is truthfully me, no filter,” shares Kylie. “I wrote it when I was nineteen with Walker Hayes, someone who has seen me grow since the beginning. This song has always meant a lot to me and I’m so glad I finally get to share it with others”