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Zach Bryan Yearns To Be 'Out In The Boons' On New Unreleased Song

October 5, 2023 10:47 am GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 6:52 pm GMT

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It seems like we barely go a day without Zach Bryan sharing another new, unreleased song with us on social media.

Today is no exception, as he posted another video late last night (10/4) of himself performing an untitled song, a track we're personally entitling 'Out In The Boons'.

A song that yearns for an escape from the intensity of a moment while not disregarding its position, Bryan delivers lyrics that will no doubt brew discussion within not only his fanbase, but the outer mainstream discourse.

Bryan sings "Lord I hate a hungry crowd / worst of 'em all talk the loudest / I guess / I'll say my peace and die right here / with a hammer and a beer / let me die out in the boons".

He goes on to sing; "no concern for politics / come on home I’ll check for ticks / love me deep out in the boons".

Perched close up to the camera, in front of a picture frame on a stone wall that reads 'No More Bad Days', Bryan picks gently away at his guitar, letting his voice take the central role. At points, Bryan gently restrains his vocal, reaching for that more resonant key from a lower register without disrupting the tranquil mood of the performance.

Even after the release of both his self-titled album in August and the Boys of Faith EP in September, it doesn't seem like Bryan has any plans to stop sharing new music anytime soon.

That'll go down well with his increasingly adoring fanbase, especially as he sets out on his huge, wide-spanning Quittin' Time Tour in 2024.

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Written by Ross Jones, Images by Laura Ord
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