Eric Church ‘Heart & Soul’ Release Dates + Track Lists

Eric Church confirmed today, January 21st, he will be releasing three new albums in April 2021.
Eric Church set to release three albums, 'Heart', '&', 'Soul' this April 2021

Eric Church set to release three albums, ‘Heart’, ‘&’, ‘Soul’ this April 2021

In a video message delivered directly to his fans through his fan club, the Church Choir, country superstar Eric Church shared the exciting news that this April fans can look forward to receiving three individual albums from the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year.

“I have three albums coming out in April. They came out of my 28 days in the mountains of North Carolina, where the songs were recorded and written. The collection is entitled Heart & Soul.” Church shared in the message.

Creating the middle album, ‘&’, specifically for his Church Choir fan club, the project will be available exclusively to those fans and only as a vinyl record on Tuesday, April 20. The other two albums, ‘Heart’ and ‘Soul’, will be available everywhere on Friday, April 16 and Friday, April 23, respectively. Pre-orders for all three albums begin for the Church Choir next Thursday, January 28 and for the general public, next Friday, January 29.

“It’s been a long 10 months. With the power of music and love for each other, we will get through this, we will gather again soon. I cannot wait to play this music for you live. It is the very best we’ve ever made. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy the records” Church shares to conclude the video message.

Check out the full track list for each of the albums below:

Heart Track List

(songwriters in parentheses)

  1. Heart On Fire (Eric Church)
  2. Heart Of The Night (Eric Church, Jeremy Spillman, Jeff Hyde, Ryan Tyndell, Travis Hill)
  3. Russian Roulette (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Monty Criswell)
  4. People Break (Eric Church, Luke Laird)
  5. Stick That In Your Country Song (Davis Naish, Jeffrey Steele)
  6. Never Break Heart (Eric Church, Luke Dick)
  7. Crazyland (Eric Church, Luke Laird, Michael Heeney)
  8. Bunch Of Nothing (Eric Church, Jeff Hyde)
  9. Love Shine Down (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Jeffrey Steele)

& Track List
(songwriters in parentheses)

  1. Through My Ray-Bans (Eric Church, Luke Laird, Barry Dean)
  2. Doing Life With Me (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Jeffrey Steele)
  3. Do Side (Eric Church, Casey Beathard)
  4. Kiss Her Goodbye (Eric Church, Casey Beathard)
  5. Mad Man (Eric Church, Casey Beathard)
  6. Lone Wolf (Eric Church, Jeff Hyde, Ryan Tyndell)

Soul Track List
(songwriters in parentheses)

  1. Rock & Roll Found Me (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Driver Williams)
  2. Look Good And You Know It (Eric Church, Jonathan Singleton, Travis Meadows)
  3. Bright Side Girl (Eric Church, Jeff Hyde, Scotty Emerick, Clint Daniels)
  4. Break It Kind Of Guy (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Luke Dick)
  5. Hell Of A View (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Monty Criswell)
  6. Where I Wanna Be (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Jeremy Spillman, Ryan Tyndell)
  7. Jenny (Eric Church)
  8. Bad Mother Trucker (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Luke Dick, Jeremy Spillman)
  9. Lynyrd Skynyrd Jones (Casey Beathard)
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BREAKING: Eric Church Set To Release Triple Album – ‘Heart & Soul’

Eric Church is set to release not one, not two, but THREE albums this April.
The country music superstar confirmed in a newsletter to his fan club and during his latest episode of Outsiders Radio on Apple Music Country:

“If you haven’t heard by now, we just announced some big news to start off the new year.  It’s an announcement I’ve been waiting a long time to make: I will have THREE ALBUMS coming out in April.

That is the first song on the first of three new albums that I’ll have comin’ out in April.  Album 1 is titled ‘Heart,’ and will be released on April 16th.  The album features 9 songs including “Stick That In Your Country Song,” “Crazyland,” and the song you just heard: “Heart On Fire”.

The THIRD is called ‘Soul,’ and it’ll be released on April 23rd.  We’ll tell you about the second one later, but the ‘Soul’ album is where you’ll find the current single “Hell Of A View,” and it ends with this song, titled “Lynyrd Skynyrd Jones.”

In between those two will be a special album we call ‘&.’  It will be available on white vinyl for Church Choir members only on April 20th.  The three albums together will be ‘Heart’ ‘&’ Soul,’ with a total of 25 songs.  The middle album has a couple of songs you’ve already heard: “Through My Ray-Bans” and “Doing Life With Me.”  We’ll reveal more news about the album in the coming months.”

Check out the full track list for each of the albums below…

Eric Church set to release three albums, 'Heart', '&', 'Soul' this April 2021

Eric Church set to release three albums, ‘Heart’, ‘&’, ‘Soul’ this April 2021

Heart Track List

(songwriters in parentheses)

  1. Heart On Fire (Eric Church)
  2. Heart Of The Night (Eric Church, Jeremy Spillman, Jeff Hyde, Ryan Tyndell, Travis Hill)
  3. Russian Roulette (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Monty Criswell)
  4. People Break (Eric Church, Luke Laird)
  5. Stick That In Your Country Song (Davis Naish, Jeffrey Steele)
  6. Never Break Heart (Eric Church, Luke Dick)
  7. Crazyland (Eric Church, Luke Laird, Michael Heeney)
  8. Bunch Of Nothing (Eric Church, Jeff Hyde)
  9. Love Shine Down (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Jeffrey Steele)

& Track List
(songwriters in parentheses)

  1. Through My Ray-Bans (Eric Church, Luke Laird, Barry Dean)
  2. Doing Life With Me (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Jeffrey Steele)
  3. Do Side (Eric Church, Casey Beathard)
  4. Kiss Her Goodbye (Eric Church, Casey Beathard)
  5. Mad Man (Eric Church, Casey Beathard)
  6. Lone Wolf (Eric Church, Jeff Hyde, Ryan Tyndell)

Soul Track List
(songwriters in parentheses)

  1. Rock & Roll Found Me (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Driver Williams)
  2. Look Good And You Know It (Eric Church, Jonathan Singleton, Travis Meadows)
  3. Bright Side Girl (Eric Church, Jeff Hyde, Scotty Emerick, Clint Daniels)
  4. Break It Kind Of Guy (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Luke Dick)
  5. Hell Of A View (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Monty Criswell)
  6. Where I Wanna Be (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Jeremy Spillman, Ryan Tyndell)
  7. Jenny (Eric Church)
  8. Bad Mother Trucker (Eric Church, Casey Beathard, Luke Dick, Jeremy Spillman)
  9. Lynyrd Skynyrd Jones (Casey Beathard)
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What We’re Listening To: January Picks

NYCountry Swag’s “What We’re Listening To” playlist highlights the wide range of our team’s favorite songs and artists when it comes to the country music genre.  At the end of the day, we are all fans first with a passion for country music and are eager to share with you all what we’ve got on repeat each month.

Find below each of our team member’s favorite songs and why in our January picks. Then be sure to give our Spotify account a follow and listen to our favorite tracks!

 

JANUARY PICKS:

 

 

Stephanie Wagner, Founder

Pick: “Beer Don’t” – Morgan Wallen
Songwriters: Jake Mitchell, Michael Hardy, Morgan Wallen

It’s been a little over a week since Morgan Wallen released his monster of a project, Dangerous: The Double Album, and let’s face it, from top to bottom it’s pretty much the only thing I’ve been listening to over and over again. It’s nearly impossible to choose a favorite of the thirty songs, but something about “Beer Don’t” just brings me right to summertime concerts at Jones Beach. This song is an instant mood booster and I can not wait to be enjoying it in the pit with a beer in hand while all of our fellow country music fans sing back every word to the tailgate anthem.

 

Christina Bosch, Managing Editor 

Pick: “Livin’ The Dream” – Morgan Wallen
Songwriters: Ben Burgess, Jacob Durret, Michael Hardy, Morgan Wallen

I feel like I am responsible for at least half of the insane amount of streams that Morgan Wallen has racked up over the past 12 days since releasing his sophomore record, Dangerous: The Double Album. While I could write a novel about each of the songs and why I can’t stop listening, one of the most poignant to me is “Livin’ the Dream”. In our world, where all that is shown on social media is a true highlight reel, it’s important to fully grasp how things may not be what they seem. The cadence of the track portrays the constant going, going, going that artists usually feel as well as the exhausting act that needs to be painted of living the “perfect life”.

“Judgin’ by my long hair, you might think I don’t care / Sittin’ here, sippin’ and bitchin’ about a spot where / People would kill to be, kill to be, kill to be / But y’all, it ain’t as good as it seems, this livin’ the dream is / Killin’ me, killin’ me, killin’ me”

 

Lucie Bernheim, Contributing Writer

Pick: “Better Than We Found It” – Maren Morris
Songwriters: Jessie Jo Dillon, Jimmy Robbins, Maren Morris, Laura Veltz

Maren Morris’ “Better Than We Found It” has been on repeat lately as I reflect on the last two months, which in some ways feel like two separate years. But I’m allowing myself to be hopeful this week. The song is gorgeous sonically – Morris’ voice on the chorus soars, and the drums sound like a march, which is the perfect parallel to the lyrics. “When lines of tomorrow are drawn/Can I live with the side that I chose to be on?/Will we sit on our hands, do nothing about it?/Or will we leave this world better than we found it?”. Many things will remain unsolved even after Wednesday’s historical event, but we will be moving towards a kinder future, and I’m on board with that. As Morris and Vince Gill sing on their song “Dear Hate”, released 4 years ago, “love’s gonna conquer all”.

 

Dylan Bestler, Contributing Writer

Pick: “Still Goin Down” – Morgan Wallen
Songwriters: Michael Hardy, Morgan Wallen, Ryan Vojtesak

Morgan Wallen will be the most talked-about artist in Nashville for the next few months—perhaps for all of 2021. With 30 tracks (32 on the Target edition), Dangerous: The Double Album was a lot to take in, but it was 100+ minutes of genuine, enjoyable music. I was going to just pick my favorite song to include as my pick, which would probably be “Sand in My Boots” or “865,” but “Still Goin Down” is the one I constantly find myself singing in my head. It’s super catchy (no surprise, it’s a HARDY co-wrote) and paints a nice picture of a southern, Friday night.

He says “Ain’t groundbreaking. Makin’ sound for them drop-it-down tailgaters. But y’all that’s all I know how to say.” It’s funny how he knows these types of songs are cliché in the industry but still cuts them on the record anyway. Although he shows a lot of vulnerability on the first half of the record, the country way of life will always be a part of him and it wouldn’t be a Morgan Wallen album if he didn’t include songs like this one

“We’re sippin’ clear, drinkin’ beer on a Friday night / Every country girl got on her cut offs / Shakin’ her hips, take a trip, buddy tell me I’m a liar / Still circle up big trucks around a fire / Still kickin’ up some dust behind the tires / Call it cliché, but hey, just take it from me / It’s still goin’ down out in the country”

 

Kristina Callahan, Contributing Writer

Pick: “Giving You Up” – Kameron Marlowe
Songwriters: Kameron Marlowe

I always love finding new artists who are just coming on to the country music scene. I first heard Kameron Marlowe’s song “Giving You Up” on Sirius XM’s The Highway back in the fall and instantly loved the lyrics and meaning behind the song.

“Cause I’m giving you up // Just like I did them Marlboro Lights // And I’m giving you up // The same way I did the whiskey on ice // And it’s all so tough // You turn me into a man I don’t even recognize // I’m giving you up // The same way you did me out in the moonlight”

Marlowe wrote a breakup song almost everyone can relate to- finally having to say goodbye to someone who once meant so much, something country music excels at time and time again.

 

Erin Crosby, Contributing Writer

Pick: “Here For It (Live)” – Lily Rose
Songwriters: Lily Rose, Sarah Forbes

Lily Rose is one of those artists that I found on a whim. Someone on Instagram had put up a song of hers, and as someone who is always looking to find new music, I immediately started listening. Normally the songs that the people from my hometown or the plethora of entertainment industry folk post are not my cup of tea. It can be difficult to find music that speaks to you or even falls in your lane at all, and mixing that fact with the widely diverse group of people that are on your following list is almost a lost cause. Every once in a while though, you find something. Something that speaks to you. A piece of gold that was almost mistaken for a shiny, stained rock.

“Here for It (Live)” is one of those. As a sucker for a good, soothing presence of the piano, Rose caught my attention before her lyrics had soared deliciously smooth and easy over the instrument. And, when her voice did appear like the first hint of pink over the horizon before the sun had yet to peak its way out, I knew. I knew this artist was someone to look out for. And I knew this song would be played on a loop for weeks to come.

 

Caleigh DeCaprio, Contributing Writer

Pick: “Line By Line” – JP Saxe and Maren Morris
Songwriters: Jimmy Robbins, JP Saxe, Maren Morris, Ryan Marrone

The lyrics and the meaning behind this song make it one of my all-time favorites and it’s only been out a week. JP Saxe and Maren Morris wrote this song together about their fellow songwriter, significant others, Julia Michaels and Ryan Hurd. JP Saxe and Julia Michaels met the day that they wrote “If the World Was Ending” together, which a year ago this time, I had on repeat constantly. I’ve been a huge fan of Maren Morris, Ryan Hurd, their music separately, and their story together for years now. On top of that, much like Maren, I am a sucker for songs about songs. Not only is this a beautifully written song and message, but it was inspired and written by two couples and four artists whose songwriting and stories I already loved so much.

“When it comes to you I’m still tryna find the words / A love too big for a love song / If I try to sum it up I know I’d get it wrong / sometimes if it don’t sound right / I apologize I just said it cause it rhymed” When the song was released, the two artists completed the chorus in their social media posts:

JP Saxe: “four chords, three minutes, you’d never fit in it, so I just take you line by line … (what happens when songwriters write songs about loving other songwriters..)

Maren Morris: “to our muses: we’ll be writing about you for the rest of our lives”

 

Julia Grubbs, Contributing Writer

Pick: “Redwood Tree” – Cam
Songwriters: Tyler Johnson, Anders Mouridsen, Cam

Cam stole my heart as soon as I heard “Burning House”; she captured emotion through a story in a way I hadn’t heard before. Her tone and irregular musicality create a complete depiction of life in an extremely unique and articulate manner. Her new album The Otherside follows suit, with lyricism that is unparalleled. “Redwood Tree” spoke to me this month, because though I am far from getting to explore said redwood tree living in quarantine in New York City, I can feel and desire the expansiveness she sings of. The beat sings to adventure in the wilderness, and the lyrics emulate the feeling of stuck we all feel right now.
“Don’t know what you have when you’re young/ Oooh, but you’ll know what you had when it’s gone”
It gives me hope of brighter days to come, a reminder to be grateful for things in the present moment, and an incitement to continue to find adventure. We will see the beautiful world outside our houses again, and nature will be there to share its beauty.

“I saw the world, You saw my parents grow old / You’ve got your roots, And I’ve got the wind, The wind in my soul”

 

Rebekah Milsted, Contributing Writer

Pick: “Undivided” – Tim McGraw Featuring Tyler Hubbard
Songwriters: Chris Loocke, Tyler Hubbard

My January pick is “Undivided” by Tim Mcgraw and Tyler Hubbard. It’s my pick because it’s truly a song that was well needed in today’s world. It’s the perfect reminder that yes, we all have different views but one thing we can all agree on is we need more love and less judgment in the world.

 

Erica Zisman, Contributing Writer

Pick: “God, Sex, & Shame” – Lacy Cavalier
Songwriters: Lacy Cavalier

I have been a big fan of Lacy Cavalier for a while now. Her ability to blur genres, create masterful lyrics, and speak her truth is so relatable and genuine. Her newest song “God, Sex, & Shame”, my January pick, might be her most honest and vulnerable to date.

“There’s all these fucking rules about heaven / I don’t even know what I believe in / But I’m tired of hearing how I won’t get in / If I ain’t no cuz I ain’t a virgin”

Opening up about growing up religious and the pressures associated with being a certain way, Cavalier bears her soul on the track. Moreover, her music video is nothing short of spectacular. I am always rooting for Lacy, and I hope more and more people fall in love with her one of a kind talent and craft.

Listen to our picks on our “What We’re Listening To” playlist on Spotify and be sure to give it a follow, so you can catch our monthly updates.

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Carrie Underwood Shares Release Date for Gospel Album ‘My Savior’

Following the success of her first-ever holiday album last fall, Carrie Underwood is keeping faith front and center for another project coming this spring. ‘My Savior’, the companion record to ‘My Gift’ will be released just in time for Easter, on March 26. 

The album will feature classic gospel covers of traditional hymns that Underwood grew up singing in church. “It’s been such a blessing to make music like this”, the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter said in a recent press release. “These two albums have been on my musical bucket list since the beginning of my career, and it feels like the perfect time to share these beloved songs with the world.”

Underwood co-produced the record alongside multi-platinum selling producer David Garcia whose many successes include Underwood’s 2018 studio album, Cry Pretty

Carrie Underwood's 'My Savior' is due out March 26th

Carrie Underwood’s ‘My Savior’ is due out March 26th

‘My Gift’ debuted at #1 on the Billboard Country chart (Underwood’s eighth straight album to do so) and continued to hold the spot for four consecutive weeks. The project remained on the Christian charts for more than 3 months. Five individual songs also performed well, including “Little Drummer Boy” featuring the American Idol alum’s young son, Isaiah. When “Hallelujah” (with John Legend), “Favorite Time of Year”, and “Silent Night” landed at #1, #2, and #3 on the Hot Christian Songs chart, Underwood became the first artist ever to hold all three top positions for multiple weeks. 

My Savior is available for pre-order now.

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Morgan Wallen Interview: Up Close & Virtual with NYCountry Swag

Smashing all sorts of streaming records and catapulting Morgan Wallen to the top of the charts, his highly anticipated sophomore record, Dangerous: The Double Album is available everywhere now. We spoke with the superstar about the process of writing the project, releasing it in 2021, and giving fans exactly what they want; a ton of new music.

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Check out our full review of Dangerous: The Double Album here and watch the full interview below.

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Dangerous: The Double Album is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Kip Moore Releases New Song “How High” & Announces Ryman Show

Kip Moore’s new song, “How High” is available now, January 15th, on all streaming platforms. The song marks the second to be released of four new tracks coming from the deluxe version of his Wild World album, due out February 12th.

The original 13-track version of Wild World included songs like “Red White Blue Jean American Dream” and “She’s Mine”. The deluxe edition will include four new songs including already released “Don’t Go Changing” and now, “How High”.

The brand new track, “How High” is a metaphor about how unbelievably crazy the song’s character is about this girl. Comparing his affection for her to the smoke that fills up a room, to a balloon that gets released in the sky, and to the stars in outer space. The song takes on a deeper and less obvious meaning through the euphoric story that is told through its music video. 

The music video develops the story of an elderly woman living life how she desires, without allowing age to become any kind of a factor. Opening the video to how you’d imagine her morning begins: with her making tea and moving slow, dressed in her robe and glasses. Then, as she looks at pictures of herself young, she makes a decision that she should be living the same way she did back then. She goes into her closet and grabs her big white fur coat, her shiny gold pants, puts on a ‘PARTY’ fanny pack and red lipstick, lets her hair down, and trades her elderly looking glasses for big fancy ones. 

“A Red balloon / let it go / watch it rise till the jet stream blows / a million miles / above the blue / girl that’s how high (how high) / I get on you”

Kip Moore’s New Song “How High” is available now

Kip Moore’s New Song “How High” is available now

The woman in the video goes outside with a red balloon in her hand and is dancing her way through the streets wherever she goes as she smokes and drinks. She is in her element, loving life, and not giving a damn what others are thinking about how she looks or what she’s doing. Her neighbor and other young people she passes give her looks and make fun of her as she passes, but once she interacts with them, they begin to act just the same as her. She is teaching them how to be young.

At the end of the day, she goes to the beach, walks out to the ocean, and lets the red balloon go. As she does, all those amazing moments flash in her mind and it’s like a feeling of relief and happiness knowing that’s how she spent her day and her life. 

“All the way / To the great beyond / Just to stand and wait at the Pearly Gates of God / And when you go / I’ll go there to ”

Lyrically, this song is incredible and the video’s story and character only deepens the beauty of the song’s message.

With the release of “How High” Moore also announced, “Wild World Deluxe: Live From The Ryman” a socially-distanced show and global livestream event at the famed Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. Taking place on release day, February 12th at 8PM CT. Tickets go on sale on January 19th and one dollar from every ticket sold will be donated to ACM Lifting Lives.

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“How High” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix. 

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BREAKING: Eric Church to Sing National Anthem at Super Bowl 2021

Eric Church will join Jazmine Sullivan to sing the National Anthem for Super Bowl LV on Sunday, February 7th, 2021 live from Tampa Bay.

GRAMMY Award winners Eric Church and Jazmine Sullivan will open the special event with their performance just before kickoff, which is slated for 6:30PM ET. The performance will be live from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.

Church and Sullivan will also be joined by fellow GRAMMY winner, H.E.R., who will perform “America The Beautiful” as well as halftime performer, the Weeknd.

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BREAKING: Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Tyler Hubbard to Perform at Biden Inauguration

Country music’s Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, and Tyler Hubbard are slated to perform tomorrow, Wednesday, January 20th at Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ inauguration ceremony, Celebrating America.
Tim McGraw, Tyler Hubbard, and Garth Brooks set to perform at Biden Inauguration

Tim McGraw, Tyler Hubbard, and Garth Brooks set to perform at Biden Inauguration

The 90-minute primetime special kicks off at 8:30PM ET and will also feature performances by Demi Lovato, Bruce Springsteen, Justin Timberlake, Jon Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters, host Tom Hanks and more. Additionally, the historic ceremony will also include a tribute to COVID-19 first responders.

In a post shared to Instagram, McGraw revealed “Honored to be performing at the inaugural “Celebrating America” special tomorrow night with @tylerhubbard!” The duo will perform their recent collaborative track, “Undivided“.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, as well as security concerns, many performances, including McGraw and Hubbard’s, will come to the show virtually. Brooks, however, will be at the capitol as part of the actual swearing-in ceremony.

Brooks shared, “This is a great day in our household,” said Brooks. “This is not a political statement. This is a statement of unity. This is history! And it’s an honor to get to serve. This is kinda how I get to serve this country. Our father served as a United States Marine in the Korean War; we had brothers that served in the Air Force and the Army. This is my chance to get to serve.”

Tune in to catch the historic event tomorrow, Celebrating America, Wednesday, January 19th at 8:30PM ET.

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Dan + Shay’s “I Should Probably Go To Bed” Earns Them 8th Career # 1

Dan + Shay’s “I Should Probably Go To Bed” earns them their 8th career and 5th consecutive #1 as the song hits the top spot on the country charts this week.

In just a few short years, duo Dan + Shay have risen to superstardom. The GRAMMY winners and current nominees have a handful of number one hits under their belt, including their smash with pop icon Justin Bieber, “10,000 Hours” and the monumental “Tequila.” This week, Dan + Shay’s catchy tune, “I Should Probably Go to Bed” became a chart-topper too, marking the pair’s eighth career and fifth consecutive number one hit.

Released back in August after a social media hiatus by the duo, the song quickly won the hearts of fans and music lovers everywhere. The pop-country tune resonated with fans across the genre, continuing to cement Dan + Shay as superstars. “I Should Probably Go to Bed” marks a new chapter of music for the singers, as they most likely prepare for their next full-length project.

Dan + Shay earn 8th career and 5th consecutive #1 with "I Should Probably Go To Bed"

Dan + Shay earn 8th career and 5th consecutive #1 with “I Should Probably Go To Bed”

So Ishould probably go to bed (Ah) / I should probably turn off my phone / I should quit while Im ahead (Ah) / I should probably leave you alone / Cause I know in the mornin(In the mornin) / Ill be callin(Ill be callin) / Sayin’ “sorryfor the things I said / So I, yeah, I should probably go to bed

The catchy lyrics and killer instrumentals are just a couple of reasons to love the hit song. Dan + Shay know music and continue to be a perfect duo in country music. It will be just a matter of time until their next single finds its way to the top of the charts!

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