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Parker McCollum New Album 2023 Release Date and Tracklist

February 1, 2023 12:48 pm GMT
Last Edited June 8, 2023 10:33 am GMT

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PARKER MCCOLLUM NEW ALBUM 2023

Release Date: May 12th

Title: Never Enough

Tracklist:

  • Hurricane
  • Best I Never Had
  • Things I Never Told You
  • Burn It Down
  • Stoned
  • Handle On You
  • Lessons From An Old Man
  • Tough People Do
  • Speed
  • Tails I Lose
  • I Ain't Going Nowhere
  • Too Tight This Time
  • Don't Blame Me
  • Have Your Heart Again
  • Wheel

Towards the end of January, Parker McCollum announced that the follow-up to his widely celebrated 2021 album, Gold Chain Cowboy, would be dropping on May 12.

The following month, he revealed that the record would be called ‘Never Enough’, and that it would include ‘Handle On You’ and ‘Stoned’, along with his recent single, ‘I Ain't Going Nowhere’.

McCollum has now revealed the full tracklist, which will feature previously unheard songs such as ‘Too Tight This Time’, ‘Don't Blame Me’ and ‘Wheel’.

Never Enough also features McCollum's more recent releases - ‘Speed’, which was made available on March 10, and ‘Tails I Lose’, which dropped on April 14.

The latter showcases the introspection and intricacy that the Texan often injects into his songwriting.

McCollum performed the forlorn ode to unrequited love during an Instagram Live stream late last year, and fans have been asking for the country chart-topper to release it ever since.

Thankfully, they don't have to ask any longer, with ‘Tails I Lose’ now having been released.

‘Handle On You’ dropped in August 2022, while ‘Stoned’ was released as an early Christmas present for fans on December 2.

The two songs showcase McCollum's penchant for a heartbreak anthem, with ‘Handle On You’ following in the uptempo, hook-driven footsteps of previous hits such as ‘To Be Loved By You’ and his first ever No. 1, ‘Pretty Heart’.

‘Stoned’ adopts a slower, more introspective approach, and finds McCollum putting a fresh twist on the whiskey-soaked hurt of ‘I Can't Breathe’ and ‘Rest Of My Life’.

Following ‘Handle On You’ and ‘Stoned’, McCollum announced that the third single from the new project would be ‘I Ain't Going Nowhere’, which he released on February 17.

The heartwarming, upbeat track finds the Texan serenading his wife with reassurances that home is where his heart will always be, despite all the time he has to spend out on the road.

In the lead-up to Never Enough's release, the Texas star has teased a number of snippets and clips of unreleased songs across his socials.

As he revealed the album title and artwork, McCollum also playfully uncovered part of the tracklist, but with the majority of the songs scribbled out - leaving just enough tantalising hints and clues to keep us guessing.

He then put an end to the speculation, and excitingly unveiled the full, 15-song tracklist.

<p>Album Tracklist - Parker McCollum - Never Enough</p>

With ‘Stoned’ and ‘Handle On You’ as No. 5 and No. 6 on the list respectively, the unreleased ‘Lessons From An Old Man’ follows at No. 7.

In the endearing, philosophical ballad, McCollum details a perspective-shifting conversation between a boy and his grandpa.

news BREAKING • Parker McCollum Teases New Unreleased Song, ‘Lessons From An Old Man’

The Texas singer-songwriter confirmed that the unreleased track would be featured on his upcoming album.

Fans are also delighted to see that ‘Hurricane’ made the cut for Parker McCollum's new album, with the Austin crooner having performed it during a number of live shows last year.

The electric, radio-friendly song feels destined to become another hit for McCollum, and would seemingly continue the stormy theme that he introduced with the striking artwork for ‘Stoned’.

<p>Album - Parker McCollum - Stoned</p>

Another of McCollum's 2022 teasers was ‘Have Your Heart Again’, which he sang alongside a piano in September. This is the penultimate song on the Never Enough tracklist.

The vulnerable track pivots around a protagonist staring ruefully at the life he could be enjoying with the woman he loves, and struggling to accept the realisation that he's missed his chance (“As I kiss you like summer rain / And I shiver when you say me name / And I cling to it 'til the bitter end / If I could have your heart / If I could have your heart again”.

During a recent concert at North Dakota's Fargodome, Parker McCollum also performed the moody ‘Burn It Down’, which is lined up as No. 4 on the album's tracklist.

Joining ‘Burn It Down’ at No. 3 on Never Enough is ‘Things I Never Told You’, another song that the singer-songwriter has performed at a number of previous shows.

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