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This Week's New Music - July 8, 2024

This Week’s New Music – July 8, 2024

If you’re in search of new music, we’ve compiled a list of established artists you might be familiar with and new talents you may want to explore.

Vincent Mason continues to share his heartfelt journey with the new track “Heart Like This,” now available across all streaming platforms. Mason has given us insights into his emotional struggles post-breakup, and this new song delves deeper into that vulnerability. Written alongside Cary Barlowe and Jaxson Free, “Heart Like This” offers a raw, sincere reflection on dealing with heartbreak. The lyrics and melody poignantly convey Mason’s unfiltered emotions.

Lainey Wilson has released a fresh new song, “4x4xU,” from her upcoming album, Whirlwind. “I’m so excited for everyone to finally have their hands on ‘4x4xU.’ This song is about finding that someone who feels like home no matter where you are,” Wilson shared. She also expressed gratitude towards Dano Cerny for directing the accompanying music video and acknowledged all her collaborators. Wilson believes this could be her biggest hit yet.

Morgan Wallen, whose song “I Had Some Help” with Post Malone has dominated the Billboard Hot 100 for six weeks, released his much-anticipated track, “Lies Lies Lies.” The song narrates Wallen’s attempts to convince a former lover that he has moved on, only to reveal that these assurances are “lies” and he still harbors deep feelings for them.

The Red Clay Strays have debuted a new song titled “Drowning.” Written by guitarist Drew Nix, this track is a heartfelt plea for help during times of mental and emotional turmoil. Fans can catch The Red Clay Strays live at The Ryman in September.

Mt. Joy has released their latest project, Live at The Salt Shed, available through Dualtone. This collection was recorded over four sold-out nights at Chicago’s famed venue. The band is set to perform at Ascend Amphitheater on September 24th.

Timothy Wayne has unveiled his first official music video for his major label debut track, “God Made A Country Boy.” Directed by Tyler Conrad, the video was shot in Wayne’s hometown of Franklin, Tennessee. The storyline captures the essence of country life and features local residents making their acting debut.

Chase Matthew presses forward with his “Always Be Mine” EP. “These are the songs I’d listen to this summer! There’s also a little sequel buried in there,” Matthew shared. He promises a diverse listening experience, perfect for various summer moods, be it relaxing on a beach or dealing with heartbreak.

Valerie June has introduced a sparkling pop-soul track, “Friendship” featuring Carla Thomas and students from Stax Music Academy. Originally appearing on Pop Staples’ posthumous LP, Don’t Lose This, produced by Jeff Tweedy and Mavis Staples, the song celebrates unwavering love and true friendship. June’s rendition honors her hero Mavis Staples’ upcoming 85th birthday and brings fresh vibrance to this timeless tune with the help of close friend and mentor Carla Thomas and talented young musicians.

Source: Wilson County Source