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10 Songs You Shouldn’t Have Missed in August

The summer may be coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean there’s a lack of hot new music to add to your playlists. These 10 songs, picked from mainstream favorites and alt-country acts, are tracks you’ll want to download right now.

Maren Morris, “80s Mercedes”

Every track on Maren Morris‘ new EP is incredibly infectious, and this track’s funky and fun beat is perfect for a drive downtown with the windows down.

Mo Pitney, “Boy and a Girl Thing”

This adorable new track from Mo Pitney is another expertly-written tale of young love that last a lifetime.

Russell Dickerson, “Yours”

Newcomer Russell Dickerson‘s romantic new single is destined to be added on countless wedding reception playlists.

Carrie Underwood, “Smoke Break”

Carrie Underwood, AKA the Beyonce of country music, has returned with a brand new single that proves she’s as sassy and talented as ever.

Carrie Underwood, AKA the Beyonce of country music, has returned with a brand new single that proves she’s as sassy and talented as ever.

Jason James, “I’ve Been Drinkin’ More”

If you’re a fan of the Sturgill Simpson-led throwback movement in country, this honky-tonkin’ track from Jason James is a must-listen.

Aaron Lee Tasjan, “E.N.S.A.A.T. (East Nashville Song About A Train)”

Aaron Lee Tasjan‘s latest track features blunt and cutting commentary about the splitting country and Americana scenes in Nashville.

Tim McGraw, “Top of the World”

Tim McGraw gets sentimental in his new single that focuses on what’s really important in life.

Matthew Perryman Jones – Can’t Get It Right

Matthew Perryman Jones pours his heart out in this powerful ode to unattainable love. Fun fact: This track was also previously performed by Sam Palladio on a recent episode of Nashville.

 

David Ramirez, “Harder To Lie”

David Ramirez showcases streaming steel guitar, gentle percussion and cutting lyrics in this track that will sweep you away within seconds.

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10 Songs You Shouldn’t Have Missed in August