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Noah Schnacky Shares New Single 'Every Girl I Ever Loved'

December 18, 2020 4:25 pm GMT
Last Edited February 10, 2024 1:33 pm GMT

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Rising Country star Noah Schnacky has shared 'Every Girl I Ever Loved', his new single dedicated to past loves. Co-written alongside Josh Kear and Lindsay Rimes, the song is out now via Big Machine Records and follows his self-titled smash debut EP.

Taking on the challenges of recording in isolation and quarantine head-on, Schnacky used the inspiration of home and the nostalgia and memories it holds. “If you knew your love story would end in heartbreak, would you do it again? I would,” shared Noah about the track. “Why? Because instead of thinking about all that I lost, I think about all that was gained in those moments spent together. The highs that made me feel alive, the lows that made me stronger, the lessons that made me who I am today. So, to every girl I ever loved, I am who I am because of you.”

'Every Girl I Ever Loved' follows a packed year of new music from the 23-year-old, his self-titled EP alone amassing over 60 million streams. View the lyric video for the new single below.

Photography by Kristin Marino

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