Country music has always been a genre that has spoken to the hearts of many with its relatable lyrics, soulful melodies, and raw emotion. As the music industry continues to evolve, so too does the world of country music. With the release of new country music, listeners are given the chance to experience fresh sounds and explore new stories.

There is nothing like new music to end the work week and your favorite country superstars and newcomers are bringing fresh new releases each Friday.

We’ve selected a list of tracks from 5 different artists that will freshen up your playlist. This week’s featured artists are Kip Moore, Nate Smith, Danielle Bradbery, Cole Swindell, and Chayce Beckham.

These new country music releases showcase the genre’s ability to evolve and push boundaries while still staying true to its roots. Fans of country music can look forward to experiencing fresh sounds and stories as they explore these new releases.

Here are five new country songs you need to hear right now:

  • Sometimes She Stays - Kip Moore

    “Sometimes She Stays” is off Kip Moore’s fifth studio album Damn Love that dropped Friday April 28. The song was written by Kenton Bryant who posted to Instagram “Can’t wait to see this song grow a new set of wings and go all the places it’s going”.

  • World On Fire - Nate Smith

    Nate Smith‘s self-titled debut album has arrived in both a standard and deluxe version. The deluxe version features 26 songs, including “World on Fire”, which was in high demand to be released by fans on social media.

  • Monster - Danielle Bradbery

    Danielle Bradbery gets personal about her struggles with anxiety in “Monster”. She teased the song on Instagram at the end of 2022 writing ” I wrote “Monster” during a time where I struggled to get my anxiety under control; it took a toll on both my body and my spirit. This song is very special to me, and I hope you can find peace in knowing you aren’t alone—we all have monsters in some shape or form, and in my case, it’s anxiety”.

  • Sad Ass Country Song - Cole Swindell

    “Sad Ass Country Song” was written by y Swindell, Josh Miller, Matt Dragstrem and Joel Hutsell. The song puts a twist on a heartbreak song as Swindell literally is a walkin’, talkin’, honky-tonkin’, sad ass country song.

  • Till The Day I Die - Chayce Beckham

    Till The Day I Die comes after his hit song “23,” which made it to the Top of Billboard 100. The song is a nod to the cowboy lifestyle.

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