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EXCLUSIVE: Tyler Chambers Premieres ‘Country Don’t Come Out’ From His Forthcoming EP

April 3, 2024 11:00 am GMT

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“By 16 those Red Wings start thinking they can fly,” sings Tyler Chambers poetically on his latest single. “It ain't long before those dreams outgrow the county line / next thing you know you leave that little town / but country don’t come out.”

Taken from Tyler Chambers new EP, Country Don't Come Out, set for release on April 5th, the title track is a blast of unfiltered shit kickin’ country about never being able to forget who you are and where you come from no matter where life takes you.

“The song ties together the underlying tone and theme of my entire debut EP,” Tyler Chambers told us. “Having it as the title track just made sense. It’s a song that speaks about staying true to who I am no matter where I go.”

“Picking up the guitar for the first time was a lifestyle thing for me,” the singer, who grew up in the rural Georgia town of Douglas, adds. “I grew up in the country, and I was on a tractor every day. At every turn, country music was tugging at me, and I really valued the way of life in a small town - the values, the morals... I loved music in general, and I feel like I was intentionally submerging myself in it, too. I knew if there was something I wanted to be good at, it was country music.”

Written by Tyler Chambers with Jordan Rager and Gary Garris, ‘Country Don’t Come Out’ comes of the back of a busy year for the singer who put out the singles ‘Bar Fight,’ ‘It’s Raining,’ ‘Best Damn Beer,’ ‘Loves Me Like A Small Town’ and ‘Dirt Road For Days’ in 2023 alone.

Listen to ‘Country Don’t Come Out’ exclusively on Holler below.

The 6-track EP includes ‘Roads I Go Down’ featuring Dylan Marlowe and the new song ‘Didn't Love Her If You Don't.’Tyler Chambers also will be hitting the road for Dylan Marlowe’s second leg of his Dirt Road When I Die Headline tour later this month.

Country Don't Come Out actually does come out on Play It Again Entertainment on April 5th

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