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10 Songs You Shouldn’t Have Missed in October

It’s officially fall, which means artists are clamoring to release new music before the holidays. With so much music flooding the airwaves and blogosphere, it can be hard to keep up. These 10 songs, picked from mainstream favorites and alt-country acts, are tracks you’ll want to download right now.

10. Old Dominion, “Snapback”

One of the biggest breakthrough bands of the year, Old Dominion supplies a fun and completely infectious feel in their latest single.

9. The Mavericks, “Pardon Me”

This startlingly honest description of love, or lack thereof, and life on the road is one of the best releases from The Mavericks in recent years.

8. Mickey Guyton, “Somebody Else Will”

Newcomer Mickey Guyton projects positivity in her feel-good track that’s all about waiting for the right one to come along.

7. Wheeler Walker Jr., “F*** You B****”

Yes, Wheeler Walker Jr.‘s debut song is completely ridiculous, but it somehow works. Mix humor with the killer production from Dave Cobb, and it’s hard to deny this track, which is one of the weirdest releases of 2015.

6. Charles Kelley, “The Driver”

Thanks to Lady Antebellum, we all know just how talented Charles Kelley is. Mix in beautiful harmonies from Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay, and you have a true winner.

5. Dylan Scott, “Crazy Over Me”

YouTube favorite Dylan Scott is rapidly winning over listeners with his deep, raspy voice and heartfelt lyrics.

4. Corb Lund, “Run This Town”

Corb Lund‘s newest track takes a regretful look back on a love that should have lasted.

3. Brothers Osborne, “Stay a Little Longer”

Brothers Osborne‘s sleek and modern love song brings out the best guitar solo of the year.

2. Ashley Monroe, “Bombshell”

Ashley Monroe perfectly portrays the emotional struggle that comes when it’s time to say goodbye.

1. Aubrie Sellers, “Loveless Rolling Stone

Lee Ann Womack‘s talented daughter Aubrie Sellers puts a rock edge on modern country with her cutting, attitude-driven debut single.

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10 Songs You Shouldn’t Have Missed in October