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Zach Bryan Shares Tracklist for New Album

August 18, 2023 3:53 pm GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 9:44 pm GMT

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Zach Bryan has given fans what they've been yearning for over the past six months - the official tracklist to his new self-titled album, which will be released on Friday, August 25.

The majority of inclusions have already been teased by the Oklahoma native across his socials in the past - however, excitingly, there is a surprise or two in store.

The most unexpected aspect of the tracklist for Zach's new project is the guest vocalist on ‘I Remember Everything’ - Kacey Musgraves. Zach shared a solo rendition of the song in June, with fans already eager to hear the studio version. Now it's been revealed Kacey will be making an appearance, it's safe to say the sense of anticipation has sky-rocketed.

Other high-profile collaborations set to appear on Zach Bryan include ‘Hey Driver’ with The War and Treaty, ‘Holy Roller’ with Sierra Ferrell and the recently teased ‘Spotless’ with The Lumineers.

In addition, the hotly anticipated record will feature an array of solo cuts the ‘Something in the Orange’ hitmaker has posted previously, such as ‘Tradesman’, ‘Smaller Acts’, ‘Oklahoman Son’, ‘Fear & Fridays’, ‘East Side of Sorrow’ and ‘Tourniquet’.

In addition, the record will feature ‘El Dorado’, with Zach having confirmed all proceeds from the song will be directed towards Christian McCaffrey's veterans charity.

Zach Bryan will be kicked off by a poem, which will seemingly serve as an introduction of sorts to ‘Fear & Fridays’, with both tracks being given the same name.

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