September 1

A Batch of New Music From Chris Stapleton Is Coming With The Release Of New Album, Higher

It looks like fans of Chris Stapleton don’t have to wait long as the celebrated singer-songwriter announced the forthcoming release of his new studio album. “Higher” will be Stapleton’s fifth studio album and his first new full-length project since 2020. It is scheduled for release on November 10, 2023.

Here’s what we know so far about the eagerly awaited project.

Soaring Expectations For Chris Stapleton’s Upcoming Album

Recorded at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A, Higher is produced by Chris Stapleton himself with his wife, Morgane Stapleton, alongside his longtime producer, Dave Cobb. 

The album is going to be composed of 14 brand new tracks, including never-heard-before songs such as “Mountains Of My Mind,” “South Dakota,” and “What Am I Gonna Do.” 

There’s also the fan-favorite never-released single, “Crosswind,” which the Kentucky native performed during a show in Des Moines, Iowa, as part of his immensely sought-after All-American Roadshow tour in 2023.

Just like most albums by Stapleton since his rise to stardom, Higher features his touring band along with Morgane on background vocals, tambourine, and synthesizer while Cobb also plays guitar.

What’s even greater is that Stapleton celebrated the album announcement by sharing his new single “White Horse” as the fiery lead single. The song was co-written by Stapleton with songwriter Dan Wilson.

Well, we’re hoping Chris Stapleton will drop another track or two in the coming weeks as our anticipation soars ahead of the release of the album Higher. It is currently available for pre-order and pre-save through a large array of music providers.


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