Eric Church, Brothers Osborne & More Drop New Songs


Brothers Osborne dropped the new tune “Hatin’ Somebody,” the second track from their upcoming album “Skeletons,” which comes out October 9th. The song has the duo singing about bigotry and learning to co-exist with one another. “We threw our grandfather into that song imagining ‘a stubborn hillbilly in the middle of the city, learning how not to throw stones,’” TJ Osborne shares. “As the song says, ‘we’re in the same damn boat and hating somebody ain’t ever got nobody nowhere.’”

Eric Church gave fans another taste of new music. After releasing “Stick That In Your Country Song” back in June, Eric has now shared the new tune “Bad Mother Trucker, about a female truck driver earning respect on the road. The songs are expected to be featured on Eric’s yet-to-be announced next album.

Zac Brown Band channels that island feel for their new song “You and Islands.” The tune, written by Zac, with Ben Simonetti and Adam James, was recorded during quarantine, and is the second song they’ve released since lockdown began, following “The Man Who Loved You The Most.” “This was a fun track to record,” the band shares. “We hope you sing along with us as we daydream about days to come.”

Gary Allan just dropped the new tune “Waste of a Whiskey,” which was written by Josh Kear, Michael Hardy, and Mark Holman. “It’s about a girl that you just don’t want any of your friends to get tangled up with,” he shares. “You’re saying, ‘Man, just do something else because she’s a waste of a whiskey drink. Don’t do it.

Lauren Alaina has shared the new song ‘Run,” the first track from her upcoming EP “Get Over Him,” which drops September 4th. “This song feels like RUN in a million,” Lauren shares. “That’s why I’m releasing it first.”

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