Colter Wall has uploaded a brand new song to YouTube, entitled ‘The Last Loving Words’.
The introspective, traditional-leaning ballad receives an accompanying music video, which was filmed in the oldest restaurant in Denver, Colorado - The Buckhorn Exchange.
Although ‘The Last Loving Words’ is yet to be made available on streaming platforms, fans will be excited to be hearing new music from the Saskatchewan crooner.
Colter Wall's last release was back in September 2022, when he dropped two new singles, ‘Cypress Hills and the Big Country’ and ‘Let's All Help The Cowboys (Sing the Blues)’.
Colter has built a reputation for having a classic country aesthetic and a deep baritone to match, and his latest song stays true to his penchant for Old West cowboy songs.
‘The Last Loving Words’, which is available via the Dusty Vaquero YouTube channel, is billed as a “tip of the hat to Charles Goodnight and Oliver Loving who together created the Goodnight-Loving trail in the 1860's. The trail ran just east of where this video was shot”.
On the song, Colter Wall croons wistfully about a cowboy he once knew (“Goodbye, goodnight / So long my friend”), before outlining that his journey has now ended in New Mexico.
‘The Last Loving Words’ is expected to appear on Colter's upcoming album, which will hopefully be unveiled later in the year.
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