10 Songs You Shouldn’t Have Missed in April

These 10 songs, picked from mainstream giants and alt-country acts, are tracks you don't want to miss.

It's hard to keep up with all of the latest releases that country music has to offer. If you haven't listened to the radio much this month or you just want to find some fresh new music, this list is for you. Check out these 10 songs you shouldn't have missed in April that are destined to become your new favorites.

Humming House, "Great Divide"


Nashville-based band Humming House has recently snagged some opening spots for Kacey Musgraves and are winning new listeners over with their infectious Americana sound.

Brothers Osbourne, "Stay a Little Longer"


This steamy yet heartfelt single from Brothers Osbourne gets a cool, alternative edge thanks to the electric guitars that build up to an impressive solo at the end.

Will Hoge, "Little Bitty Dreams"


This standout from Will Hoge is a classically country song of nostalgia, love and appreciation for what you have.

Ashley Clark, "Greyhound"


Former Sons of Sylvia and Clark Family Experience member Ashley Clark makes a strong solo debut with the hopelessly romantic "Greyhound."

Michael Ray, "Kiss You in the Morning"


Michael Ray's single follows the typical path of recent mainstream country focused on tailgates and pretty ladies, but he does it expertly with an added dash of romanticism.

Adam Sanders, "Somewhere That You Don't Go"


Fresh-faced Adam Sanders' incredibly catchy new single is a great example of his songwriting talents that make him one to watch in the coming months.

Miranda Lambert, "Two of a Crime"


Miranda Lambert's new track for the Hot Pursuit soundtrack stands alone as a fun, tongue-in-cheek romp infused with some Spanish flair.

Brett Eldredge, "Lose My Mind"


This sexy new track from Brett Eldredge is infused with a pop-influenced beat that teeters on the edge of country.

Thomas Rhett, "Crash and Burn"


This incredibly infectious, Bruno Mars-inspired track by Thomas Rhett is made for your next dance party.

George Strait, "Let it Go"


George Strait pleased his patiently waiting fans with this breezy and fun single that stays true to his trademark sound.

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10 Songs You Shouldn’t Have Missed in April