During his recent show in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the ‘Something in the Orange’ hitmaker performed ‘Oklahoma Son’, an unreleased song. It appears to be one Zach has teased in the past, with fans having previously thought it to be called simply ‘Oklahoma’.
The heartfelt, vulnerable ballad serves as a moving tribute to Zach Bryan's beloved home-state, with the unexpected performance of ‘Oklahoma Son’ undoubtedly one of the many highlights of the country-folk prodigy's BOK Center set.
Fans are hoping ‘Oklahoma's Son’ will make its way onto the new album's tracklist, alongside other previously shared snippets and demos, such as Zach Bryan's eagerly awaited collaborations with Sierra Ferrell, The War and Treaty and The Lumineers.
Some listeners still suspect Zach Bryan will make a second surprise album available on August 19 - a week before his self-titled project drops - after The Lumineers frontman, Wesley Schultz, announced this as the release date for a new project from Zach.
We'll have to wait and see, but it's safe to say any sign of new music from Zach Bryan is always a cause for celebration. Whether he drops one record or two in August, either way, we're hoping ‘Oklahoma Son’ is given an official release before the end of the month.
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