Larry Fleet is readying a brand new single, ‘Young Buck’, for May 5.
The Tennessee crooner is currently out on the road, with a slew of shows lined up across the year, and it won't be too long before Larry Fleet has some new music to serenade his audiences with.
His latest single, ‘Young Buck’, pivots around a trademark piece of Fleet wordplay, as he details his early memories of going hunting when he was just a ‘young buck’ (“Had to be the first kid in the third grade / To tag one on his first day”).
Although he's only shared a brief snippet of the new track, we imagine the song concludes with the punchline of Fleet successfully hunting his first ‘young buck’. It'll presumably focus more on the lessons he learned about growing up through these experiences and being out in nature, rather than the actual hunting itself.
The upcoming single seemingly sticks to Larry Fleet's nostalgic, philosophical sweet-spot, with his songs often being underpinned by a warm, endearing message or life lesson.
This was epitomised on his Gold-certified hit, ‘Where I Find God’, which explores Larry Fleet's relationship with faith, and the various, unlikely places in which he has strengthened his spirituality.
‘Young Buck’ follows on from Fleet's recent two-pack of singles, ‘Daddy Don't Drink’ and ‘Try Texas’, both of which showcase the singer-songwriter's uniquely soulful vocals and his evocative lyricism.
We're hoping these recent releases will form part of Larry Fleet's follow-up record to 2021's Stack of Records, which spawned celebrated tracks such as ‘In Love With My Problems’ and ‘Church Parking Lot’.
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