Artist - Charles Esten

Charles Esten To Release New Single, ‘One Good Move’

March 1, 2023 3:56 pm GMT
Last Edited June 9, 2023 11:06 am GMT

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To loosely coincide with the release of the latest season of Netflix's hit TV series, Outer Banks, Charles Esten has announced his brand new single, ‘One Good Move’.

The piano-driven, emotive track will hit the virtual shelves on Friday, March 3, and finds Esten telling his wife how he's made many wrong turns in his life, but that she's been his ‘one good move’.

It will feature on Esten's upcoming album, details of which are yet to be revealed.

Esten plays the complex character of ‘Ward Cameron’ on Outer Banks, which explores a group of teenagers’ quest for gold, which quickly takes a sinister turn.

The new season of the hugely popular show has leapt to the No. 1 ranking on Netflix's Top Ten most watched programmes.

‘Ward Cameron’ marks a stark departure from the much-loved character of ‘Deacon Claybourne’, who was brought to life by Charles Esten throughout Nashville.

Since starring in Nashville, Esten has released a number of country-leaning singles, such as ‘Sweet Summer Saturday Night’, ‘A Road and a Radio’ and, most recently, ‘Worst Day’ with Julia Cole.

Along with ‘Worst Day’, the new single, ‘One Good Move’, signifies a shift away from the classic, rugged country feel that Esten has sided with in the past. It seems his debut album will introduce a softer, more vulnerable dimension to Esten's music.

Written by Maxim Mower
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