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Luke Grimes to Release Debut EP, ‘Pain Pills Or Pews’

September 18, 2023 5:06 pm GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 7:25 pm GMT

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Luke Grimes will release his first EP since signing to UMG Nashville last year, with the Yellowstone star and ‘No Horse To Ride’ songsmith readying Pain Pills Or Pews for October 20.

The new project will be accompanied by a Fall 2023 tour, which will take the fast-emerging country artist across Ohio, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Illinois, Texas, DC and Massachusetts.

Luke Grimes’ Pail Pills Or Pews will include the previously released singles, ‘No Horse To Ride’, ‘Hold On’, ‘Playing On The Tracks’ and ‘Oh Ohio’, in addition to three brand new self-penned tracks, ‘Ghost Of Who We Were’, ‘Ain't Dead Yet’ and ‘Burn’.

Completing the tracklist for the new EP will be a cover of Colton Venner's 2020 alt-country song, ‘Where It's Blue’, which viscerally explores a man's attempts to contend with heartbreak.

The Ohio native continues to amass a rapidly burgeoning fanbase, with his sparse, under-produced sound placing him at the front of the contemporary wave of up-and-coming artists.

It's a style of country music that Zach Bryan has arguably pioneered, with the ‘I Remember Everything’ chart-topper having exploded into one of the biggest names in the genre, despite eschewing the traditional, Country Radio-propelled route to success.

For the full Pain Pills Or Pews tracklist, see below:

1. No Horse To Ride (Luke Grimes)

2. Hold On (Foy Vance)

3. Ghost Of Who We Were (Luke Grimes)

4. Where It's Blue (Colton Venner)

5. Burn (Luke Grimes)

6. Playing On The Tracks (Luke Grimes)

7. Oh Ohio (Luke Grimes)

8. Ain't Dead Yet (Luke Grimes)

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Written by Maxim Mower
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