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Zach Bryan Says We Can Expect 'The Great American Bar Scene' This Summer

May 11, 2024 9:45 pm GMT
Last Edited May 13, 2024 8:48 am GMT

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We may not know exactly when the new Zach Bryan album will drop, but the hitmaker recently hinted that we should be expecting his forthcoming The Great American Bar Scene sometime this summer.

Following the second night of his Knoxville, Tennessee show on Friday (May 10), the artist took to social media to update fans, sharing some footage from the Quittin' Time tour performance and noting in the caption, "ALBUM THIS SUMMER."

Against the video reel, a duet between Bryan and Americana artist Noeline Hofmann can be heard playing in the background. It appears to be a song titled 'Purple Gas', a tune Hofmann performed during one of Bryan's Belting Bronco sessions earlier this year.

While it is unknown whether or not the track will make an appearance on the impending release, from a recent post on Bryan's X profile, it seems Hofmann is set to guest on the record.

"Thanks for being apart of The Great American Bar Scene @noelinehofmann," the star shared, divulging little else about the album.

Bryan has been teasing new music left and right, either peppering unreleased tunes throughout his 2024 setlists while on his lengthy cross-country trek or sharing brief snippets of songs on social media. The impending album's title track, '28', ‘Like Ida’, ‘Sandpaper’ and more have quickly become fan favorites along the way.

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Written by Alli Patton
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