Another single highlighting the new sound  Kolby Cooper has been curating is right around the corner.

Prior to the release of Cooper’s last single, “Kill Me,” he shared that he has been focused on curating an elevated version of his sound.

“‘Kill Me’ is the beginning of the next chapter of what we’re doing. It’s the sound we’ve been working for since I was 18.”

The rocking single “Kill Me” highlights a rock and roll gritty sound, lyrically highlighting the feeling of chasing a cheap thrill. Fans ATE UP the track once it was released.

But Cooper has been talking about this new season of music since May when he shared pictures from a Nashville studio, noting:

“Spent the past 3 days in the studio working on new music and I can say it’s different and it’s the best music we’ve made I’m so f*cking excited.”

He teased the single “Hello From The Road” today on social media, and I think we are in for a killer track.

“‘Hello From The Road’ available this Friday! Pre-save at the link in my bio!”

The rockin’ teaser for the single highlights feelings of being on the road.

I have been loving the tracks artists have been putting out about how their lifestyle isn’t as glamorous as it always seems and the time spent away from family and friends can take its toll:

“Hello from the road
I guess California’s cool, I hate to tell you that I like it
Because I know you’d like it too. 
I can’t believe they pay me money
For the shit I get to see.

Feels like I should be happy
But between you and me
I just feel alone, I wish I was at home
I guess I’ve gotta go
Hello from the road.”

Hope this week speeds by because I am ready to hear the whole track.


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