September 12, 2023

Country Star Zach Bryan Dropped His New Self-Titled Album

On August 25, 2023, country fans rejoiced as Zach Bryan’s new self-titled album was finally released. 

The 16-track album is his very ambitious and serious project so far – featuring collaborations with some of the biggest country stars today. What’s even more amazing is that Bryan himself produced the album. He even wrote almost all tracks without co-writers. 

Here’s A Glimpse of Zach Bryan’s Self-Titled Album

Back in July, fans got the first taste of Zach Bryan‘s new self-titled album with the winning ballad, “I Remember Everything,” featuring country-pop troubadour Kacey Musgraves. Bryan posted a clip of him performing an acoustic version of the pensive tune that made fans’ anticipation of the album skyrocket. 

Now, it’s becoming a hit, earning over 18 million on-demand plays within just the first four days of its release.

In addition to Musgraves, the project features other collaborators like The Lumineers on “Spotless,” Sierra Ferrell on “Holy Roller,” and The War and Treaty on “Hey Driver,” which is an apologetic yet hopeful open-road hymn.

Other tracks in the album are “Overtime,” “Summertime’s Close,” “Oklahoma Son,” and “Smaller Acts,” among others. However, some fans were disappointed upon hearing that the keenly awaited track “Deep Satin” wouldn’t be on the album. Bryan explained that he decided not to include the song because he wanted the album to be fully self-produced, and he was not a part of the song’s production.

On the other hand, he guaranteed his fans that “Deep Satin,” along with “a few more songs,” will be released in the next few months.

Anyway, you can listen to Zach Bryan’s songs, and you will quickly understand why he’s thriving on country radio.


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