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Country Release Round-Up: Callista Clark, David Nail, Scotty McCreery & More!

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CALLISTA CLARK – ‘BRAVE GIRL’

New music from Callista Clark, ahead of her album ‘Real To Me: The Way I Feel,’ which is due on October 14th. ‘Brave Girl’ was written with Emily Landis and Ben Johnson.

“I wrote ‘Brave Girl ‘ when I was 15 years old and at first, it was too emotional for me to perform. When I finally decided to play it at my live shows, I saw an immediate reaction from everyone and knew it was something special. I hope everyone finds a little encouragement and bravery through the message in this song”

DAVID NAIL – ‘WHEREVER YOU ARE TONIGHT’

David’s recently posted on social media that he’s “always been a sucker for sentimental type songs,” and ‘Wherever You Are Tonight’ fits that mould.

He’s back on the road in the States with a three month tour that covers the South and Midwest. His tour also features breakout star Tyler Braden.

JADE HELLIWELL – ‘LEAD ME ON’

‘Lead Me On’ is the follow-up to ‘Woman I Am,’ and is another track from Jade’s forthcoming EP.

She supported Priscilla Block in the UK this year, and is about to embark on her own ‘The Woman I Am Tour’ on 11th November in Newcastle, with gigs in Glasgow, Hull, Manchester, Batley, London and Brighton.

‘Lead Me On’ is a typical powerhouse country-pop belter from one of our premier UK country artists.

KYLIE MORGAN – ‘BRIDESMAIDS’

Kylie wrote ‘Bridesmaids’ whilst she was preparing for her own wedding. She previewed the track on TikTok and very quickly amassed 5 million views, leading to an earlier-than-anticipated release.

It’s actually part 1, to be followed by part 2, which will highlight the rest of the bridesmaids who will be in attendance at her wedding on October 1st.

She said that this was the “fastest song that has ever blown up” for her on the social media platform.

SCOTTY MCCREERY – ‘NOTHIN’ RIGHT’

Scotty’s releasing an expanded edition of his 2021 album ‘Same Truck’ on November 18th, with 6 additional tracks. ‘Nothin’ Right’ is one of the new tracks that has been previewed.

Co-writen by McCreery with James McNair, Jordan Schmidt and Jared Mullins, it is essentially a track that highlights summer pleasures, the sun and the carefree emotions that the season evokes.

The album will also have a vinyl release.

BRYAN LOWEREE – ‘LONG AS IT’S WITH YOU’

A shout-out for the independent country artists.  Bryan Loweree’s new track is tune for anyone in a relationship “where one of ya has sacrificed their dreams for the success of the other person’s dreams.”

It was written specifically for his wife Britt, in celebration of their seventh wedding anniversary.

He was formerly the frontman of 32 Belo,w but has been solo for the last two years and is also a qualified pilot.

ANGEL OLSEN FT. STURGILL SIMPSON – ‘BIG TIME’

It was the title track from her album, released in June, and the new version features country star Sturgill Simpson.

It’s a welcome return for Sturgill, who has been recuperating. He was forced to cancel his last tour after suffering ruptured vocal chords.

She recently stated “I loved the song already, but hearing Sturgill’s take on ‘Big Time’ made me smile ear to ear, he made it come alive on a different level.”

DREW BALDRIDGE – ‘IMMA’

He’s releasing his new album ‘Country Born’ on September 30th, and ‘Imma’ is a preview of the 10-track collection.

“This collection of songs encapsulates who I am and how my upbringing shaped me into the person I am today.”

He’s a native of Illinois, but made the pilgrimage to Nashville aged 18 and released his debut album ‘Dirt On Us’ in 2016.

KIP MOORE FT. MORGAN WADE – ‘IF I WAS YOUR LOVER’

It’s now been released in the manner that we were all anticipating. Back in August, they announced that a collaboration was on the way, but apart from her inclusion in the video, Morgan wasn’t featured on the single released two weeks ago.

That’s now changed, and we now have the official duet which most will agree takes it to another level.

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