On The Verge: 3 More New Country Releases

As every Friday passes, there are numerous songs that come out from independent country artists whose songs are well-written, beautiful, or simply fun. We’ve compiled a list of songs that were released last week by independent acts that deserve much love and attention. Who knows, you might find your next favorite song.


1. "There's Still Tomorrow" by Bri Fletcher and Jake Hoot

Singer-songwriter Bri Fletcher teamed up with The Voice alumni Jake Hoot for her latest release, "There's Still Tomorrow." The track is flowing the seamless guitar plucking instrumental in the verses. When the song enters the chorus, Fletcher and Hoot harmonize in a stunning yet effortless sound. They exclaim about a blossoming love that keeps growing as they sing, "I couldn't love you more than I do right now / Every day's getting better somehow / 'Cause anywhere you go, I'll follow / There's never been a day that I don't think I couldn't love you more than I do right now / But there's still tomorrow."


2. "That's What Love Is" by Alexandra Kay

Alexandra Kay shares the details of her beautiful love story in her latest single, "That's What Love Is." She wrote on Instagram, "A movie of the past almost 10 years with my husband plays in my mind every time that chorus hits." Kay also shared that she had written the song before her husband had even proposed to her, but she knew in her heart he was the one. The song begins with a piano and soft steel guitar. Kay's vocals are delicate and emotional as she sings, "Here's to the days of bills unpaid / And being afraid of getting older / Jobs they came and went / So did most our friends / Felt like the rain would never quit / But you took my hand, and we slow danced through all of it / And that's what love is."


3. "Low Class Lovers" by LANCO

Country group LANCO has released their newest track "Low Class Lovers." “People wanted the next chapter,” said Brandon Lancaster, lead singer of the group in a press release. “I’ll be honest, I couldn’t write it because I hadn’t lived it. And over the last two years during the pandemic, I had time to figure that story out. I have had nothing but time…time to build relationships, reignite friendships and learn lessons – some of them the hard way. We faced loss and fear but in it we found hope, we found love, we found strength, and we found songs.” The track begins with loaded guitar strums. Lancaster's vocals ring with a husky twang. The chorus erupts as he states, "We ain't the silver spoon type / That's alright / We gonna light it up baby tonight / Low class lovers livin' the high life." What makes this track stand out, is the way it grows and grows until it reaches a peak in the bridge.


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