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Parker McCollum Reveals Full Tracklist For New Album, Never Enough

April 11, 2023 11:04 am GMT
Last Edited June 12, 2023 4:41 pm GMT

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After months of teasers and hints, Parker McCollum has at long last unveiled the completed tracklist for his new album, Never Enough.

The upcoming project, which will serve as the long-awaited follow-up to McCollum's Gold Chain Cowboy, is set to be released on May 12, and will feature recent singles such as ‘Speed’, ‘I Ain't Going Nowhere’, ‘Stoned’ and ’Handle On You’.

The rollout for the Texas singer-songwriter's new record has been picking up the pace in recent weeks, with Parker McCollum taking home a new Gold-certified RIAA plaque for ‘Handle On You‘ at the end of March, shortly before he performed the heartbroken drinking anthem on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

The impending arrival of Never Enough was confirmed in January, with Parker McCollum having shared a variety of snippets and clips of unreleased tracks in the lead-up to the announcement.

These helped to stoke the flames of listeners’ speculation as to which songs would make the cut for Never Enough.

McCollum then poured more fuel on the fire by posting a semi-obscured tracklist across his socials back in mid-February.

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

After much conjecture, the ‘Pretty Heart’ hitmaker has thankfully now shared the fully completed tracklist.

Aside from the already-released singles, a variety of previously teased songs have made their way onto Never Enough, including ‘Lessons From An Old Man’ and ‘Hurricane’.

A week after Never Enough is made available on May 12, Parker McCollum will be joining up with Morgan Wallen on the US leg of his 2023 One Night At A Time world tour.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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