After revealing the details for his upcoming album, One Thing At A Time, Morgan Wallen treated fans to three new singles from the project to help celebrate.
Today, the country megastar made ‘Last Night’, ‘Everything I Love’ and ‘I Wrote The Book’ available on all platforms, as well as revealing the full tracklist for One Thing At A Time.
The new album is due to be released on March 3, ensuring fans have plenty of time to soak up the new tunes before Wallen kicks off his blockbuster world tour on March 15.
‘Last Night’ delivers a trademark Morgan Wallen title-flip, with the opening lyric “Last night we let the liquor talk” evolving cleverly into the hook's punchline, “Baby, baby, something's tellin’ me this ain't over yet / No way it was our last night”.
The uptempo, lively beat and Wallen's catchy, heartbroken vocals are bound to delight fans of ‘Wasted On You’ and ‘865’, and ‘Last Night’ seems destined to become another sing-a-long favourite at his live shows.
‘Everything I Love’ showcases more of the experimentation that Morgan Wallen teased in his album announcement, inventively interpolating ‘Midnight Rider’ by The Allman Brothers.
The song launches into a retro, sepia-tinged beat, before Wallen propels the hook into a 90s-inspired country earworm. Both Wallen and his frequent collaborator, Ernest, are credited as writers, alongside Music Row veterans, Ashley Gorley and Ryan Vojtesak.
The last of the triple release, ‘I Wrote The Book’, was teased earlier in the month alongside a video of Wallen out in the woods hunting.
The studio version builds out the R&B-leaning beat, with the Sneedville native's charismatic, gritty drawl adding a welcome edge. This picks up pace when he drives into the hook, which accelerates down a similar sonic dirt-road to the likes of ‘Warning’ and ‘Heartless’.
The three tracks will have served their purpose in bolstering the keenness with which fans are looking forward to March 3, when they'll be able to hear all 36 - yes, 36 - of Morgan Wallen's new songs.
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