6 Brilliant Country Songs Released This Year

It’s not often that I go searching for country playlists on Spotify. In fact, this was actually the first time. It’s also probably my least listened to genre, but certainly not one I dislike. Well, not these songs anyway.

The List – Karli June

Ontario based musician Karli June released her EP Where you come from this February featuring a heartfelt melody entitled The list showcasing her smooth vocals filled with true emotion. This reflects the anecdote of her own life, highlighting the choices she had made throughout.

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Songs About You – Brett Eldredge

This April Brett Eldredge, a Nashville native, provided his three million monthly listeners on Spotify with three pure country tracks. Songs About You the first of these three tracks is an upbeat tune full of calming acoustics that synchronise perfectly with the heartwarming tone of the song itself.

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Nobody Knows – Rayne Johnson

Rayne Johnson claims to add a touch of soul to his country style songs and that is certainly true when it comes to Nobody Knows. Just the lyric ‘How could I let my angel get away’ is clear representation of this country/soul blend.


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I Can’t Love You Anymore – Maren Morris

It’s widely known that Maren Morris can sing a range of musical genres, but her albums never fail to show off her love of country. I Can’t Love You Anymore is the song on her latest album Humble Quest that delivers tranquility and major sing along energy.

You can listen to the song here:

Buy Dirt – Jordan Davis ft Luke Bryan

Billboard’s “Artists to watch” Jordan Davis teamed up with Luke Bryan to produce a mellow country piece thats brushes upon many topics through story telling lyrics. These story telling lyrics are surrounded by a gentle guitar instrumental.

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Good Person – Ingrid Andress

Good Person by Country Songstress Ingrid Andress is that song on the Pop charts where you can hear hints of country the more you listen to it. What is most obvious here, however, is the words of relentless regret sang so remorsefully.

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