New In Nashville: This Week in New Music

By Aaron Wagner

Kip Moore’s new album Wild World is out this week and with 13 new songs, Kip’s diehard fans should be very happy. Reigning CMA Vocal Group of the Year Old Dominion dropped three new songs this week in “I’m On It”, “Can’t Get You”, and “Goes Without Saying.”

Rising country artist Chris Bandi is also out with a new album this week. Be sure to check out “Dirt On Me” and “Would Have Loved Her” on the album.

Some of the funniest dudes in country music, (seriously, you need to see them live during a round) Seaforth, slows things down with their heartfelt new one in “Everything Falls for You.” Then one of the strongest vocal ranges in the industry Cam released “Redwood Tree” a song that has her looking back on her youth.

We can’t forget about our neighbors to the north as two of our favorite Canadian artists have new songs out this week. Shawn Austin’s impressive vocals shine on “Dangerous” as he sings about a dangerous love. Then Tim Hicks has probably one of the best anthems about the weird times we’re living in now as he sings in “See You Soon.”

My 3 Favorite Songs From Country Risers:

“Where Do You Go” – Kelsey Lamb: The chorus of Kelsey’s new one is so so dang good. It’s the type of melody that easily gets stuck in your head. She has a great one on her hands.

“If I Still Had It” – Kolby Cooper: Written by Ray Fulcher and Jordan Walker, Kolby pours his heart out – what’s left of it that is – in this heartbreak of a song. I’m really hoping this gets a chance at radio.

“Uncommon Man” – Dallas Remington: Such a great piece of songwriting and I love how sincere Dallas’ vocals are on this. As the son of a farmer, this absolutely poured at my heartstrings when I heard it.