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 and rising acts that deserve much love and attention. Who knows, you might find your next favorite song.
1. This Is Your Brain On Love by Lauren Weintraub
This debut EP captures a true artist on the verge. Weintraub has infused country, rock, and pop into one complete package. Her lyrics contain the angst and realness of someone who has seen the hardships of love and now wants to share that with the world. Weintraub is an exciting and fiery force in Nashville, and she's only getting started.
2. "Just Kids" by Troy Cartwright
Cartwright has a voice that can stop anyone in their tracks. Through every song he releases, one can feel his heart and soul. This particular track is no different. Cartwright sings about the fond memories two people have of when they were young and in love. He is able to carry a melody that will leave a lasting impression on everyone who hears it.
3. "Another Mile (Acoustic Version)" by A Thousand Horses
An acoustic version of this song is a welcomed surprise. The band has found a way to make an already great track even more personal. Acoustic versions always seem to take songs to an emotional level, but this version is done in a subtle way. This release would be a perfect choice for a long drive.
4. "That Kinda Night" by Angie K
Angie K's new song feels strikingly different from a lot of today's country. She fully leans into the hip-hop style of production while letting the lyrics harness the listener in. After one listens, it's easy to hear the carefree nature Angie K possesses.
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