Country Music fans, listen up! We are witnessing a groundbreaking moment in history, as we received premium content from iconic trailblazers like Taylor Swift, Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert, and Eric Church all in one day.
Swift is returning back to her country roots with a little help from her dear friend Maren Morris and the Swiftie inside of us is screaming! The country-pop powerhouse, Taylor Swift unveiled her first song “from the vault” of her sophomore album, Fearless.
Taylor Swift and Maren Morris teamed up to drop melancholy track “You All Over Me” and in less than 24 hours, it became a chart-topping hit. To go along with the gentle acoustic guitar, the girls deliver a storyline about a devastating breakup and the challenge of rediscovering independence within oneself. The single is produced by Aaron Dessner, who recently collaborated with Swift on her LPs Folklore and Evermore has put everyone in their feels.
“One thing I’ve been loving about these from the vault songs is that they’ve never been heard, so I can experiment, play, and even include some of my favorite artists. I’m really excited to have @MarenMorris singing background vocals on this song!” Swift shared on Twitter.
One thing I’ve been loving about these From The Vault songs is that they’ve never been heard, so I can experiment, play, and even include some of my favorite artists. I’m really excited to have @MarenMorris singing background vocals on this song!! ☔️
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) March 24, 2021
While you might be running to your Spotify to add “You All Over Me” to your rainy day playlist, you can’t forget to include her latest version of “Love Story” the Elvira Remix. In a tweet introducing her new music that is clearly on two ends of the spectrum, she encourages her fans to “dance and cry at the SAME TIME.”
Now to spice up and elevate your weekend even more, our boy Luke Combs debuted a new song called “See Me Now,” and we are not WORTHY!
The country music superstar took to social media to give his fans a taste of what he has been cooking up. “Y’all wanted an album 3 preview, so here’s a little sneak peek. This one’s called “See Me Now” – written with @callme_raymond, @Jamesmcnmusic, and @kentonbryant. Hope y’all love it,” he says on Twitter while sharing his beautiful track about his father.
Y’all wanted an album 3 preview, so here’s a little sneak peek. This one’s called “See Me Now” – written with @callme_raymond, @Jamesmcnmusic, and @kentonbryant. Hope y’all love it. pic.twitter.com/7kxxSZkVq7
— Luke Combs 🎤 (@lukecombs) March 26, 2021
Many other musicians caught our eye and received a spot on our list of bangers – “Break It Kind of Guy” by Eric Church, “Ready to Fall” by Portia Clark featuring Darius Rucker, “Woman You Got” by Maddie & Tae, “Am I right or Amarillo” by Miranda Lambert, Jack Ingram, and Jon Randall, “You’re The Music” by country music icon Rita Wilson, country heartthrob Justin Moore with his remarkable hit “She Ain’t Mine No More.”
Breakthrough Stars such as Matt Stell, Tracy Lawrence, Grace Pettis, Brandon Davis, Noah Garner, After Midtown, Tyler Braden, Emily Miller, Becca Bowen, Tucker Wetmore, Kelsey Lamb, and Georgia Webster all released ear-worm tracks as well!
Keep scrolling to see what made our New Music Friday roundup today and don’t forget to let us know your favs by either leaving a reaction at the bottom of the post or by sending us a tweet at @CS_Country.
Taylor Swift ft. Maren Morris – “You All Over Me” (From The Vault)
Taylor Swift – “Love Story”(Elvira Remix) (Taylor’s Version)
Luke Combs – “See Me Now”
Eric Church – “Break It Kind of Guy”
Portia Clark ft. Darius Rucker – “Ready to Fall”
Justin Moore – “She Ain’t Mne No More”
Carrie Underwood – “How Great Thou Art”
Bryan Lanning & Brennley Brown – “Steady”
Maddie & Tae – “Woman You Got”
Miranda Lambert ft. Jack Ingram and Jon Randall – “Am I Right or Amarilo”
Kelsea Ballerini ft. Kenny Chesney – “Half of My Hometown” (Official Audio)
Rita Wilson – “You’re the Music”
Matt Stell – “That Ain’t Me No More” Music Video
Georgia Webster – “Push & Pull”
Tracy Lawrence – “Lonely 101”
Tucker Wetmore – “Kiss My A$$”
Kelsey Lamb – “When I Remember You”
Grace Pettis – “Never Get It Back”
Brandon Davis – “What Cowboys Are For”
After Midtown – “Don’t Give Away The Ending”
Tyler Braden – “What Do They Know”
Becca Bowen – “Home”