New Music: March 4, 2019

Smithfield released their brand new EP, titled We Make Our Own. The six track project has a little bit of everything. There’s love songs and then the fun ones that have more of a summer feel to it. Listen to “Still a Few,” a song about living the slow and simple country life.

2019 means a new Thomas Rhett and he released two new songs this week. There’s no known date for when the album will drop. “Look What Gave Her” has a fun summer vibe to it. It’s catchy as all heck. Little Big Town joins him on “Don’t Threaten Me With a Good Time,” a similarly sounding song.  Some will say the song’s aren’t country enough, but that’s up to you.

George Strait released yet another song from his upcoming album called “Honky Tonk Time Machine.” We can’t wait for this album.

LOCASH released the second song off their next album Brothers, due out March 29. “It’s Only Midnight” is a song about not wanting the night to end. We’ve all been there right?

Dylan Scott is out with a new song. He’s released a handful of songs in the last few month and is scheduled to drop a new EP in April. Check out “Nobody.”

The Queen of Country Music gave us another new song off her upcoming album due out in April. Reba McEntire’s latest is a somber song called “In His Mind.”

Canadian up and comer Tenille Townes released a new one called “White Horse.” Her voice is unique and could just very well be the next big female artist to make it big in Nashville.

Nikita Karmen released another new one called “Our Thing.” Her higher register is truly something.

Chase Rice also has new music this week. He released some acoustic tracks but included two new songs as part of a deluxe version of his 2017 Lambs & Lions album. “25 Wexford St.” and “Love Me Like You Don’t” are the two new songs worth listening to. If you’re a Chase Rice fan, these will be right in your wheelhouse as a fan.

Ryan Robinette is another up and coming artist with a new song out this week. “New Boots” is the country song about realizing your old flame is finally over you and hitting up the town.