Tyler Farr brought a group of ace songcrafters on board for his upcoming sophomore album, Suffer In Peace, slated for release April 28. Among the writers on his new project are Chris Tompkins, Craig Wiseman, Rodney Clawson, Hillary Lindsey, Melissa Peirce, Jonathan Singleton, Brad Tursi, The Peach Pickers (also known as hit writers Dallas Davidson, Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip), Wade Kirby, Brent Anderson, Chris DuBois, Josh Kear, Gordie Sampson, and more.
Farr co-wrote three tracks on the 11-song project, including “Poor Boy,” “I Don’t Even Want This Beer,” and “Why We Live Here.”
The project also features a duet with Jason Aldean on “Damn Good Friends,” penned by Brent Anderson, Chris DuBois, and Neil Medley. The song should make for a convenient onstage duet opportunity, as Farr is currently on tour with Aldean’s 2015 Burn It Down tour.
The lead single from the album, “A Guy Walks Into A Bar,” recently reached No. 1 on MusicRow‘s CountryBreakout chart.
Fans who visit Farr’s official website can purchase an album bundle that includes not only an autographed copy of Suffer In Peace, but an instant download of Farr’s cover of AWOLNATION’s “Sail,” which has become a fan favorite during Farr’s live shows.
A deluxe package offers an autographed CD, instant download of “Sail,” as well as a leather/stainless steel flask emblazoned with Suffer In Peace, and a Tyler Farr real bullet bottle opener keychain.
Track Listing For Suffer In Peace
Chris Tompkins/Craig Wiseman/Rodney Clawson
2. A Guy Walks Into a Bar
Melissa Peirce/Jonathan Singleton/Brad Tursi
Josh Kear/Gordie Sampson/Hillary Lindsey
4. Damn Good Friends (Duet with Jason Aldean)
Brent Anderson/Chris DuBois/Neil Medley
5. Suffer in Peace
Aaron G. Barker, Sr./Phil O’Donnell
6. Raised to Pray
Lance Miller/Adam Sanders/Brad Warren/Brett Warren
Dallas Davidson/Rhett Akins/Ashley Gorley
8. Better in Boots
Justin Wilson/Dave Pittenger
9. Poor Boy
Tyler Farr/Dallas Davidson/Rhett Akins/Ben Hayslip
10. I Don’t Even Want This Beer
Tyler Farr/Wade Kirby/Phil O’Donnell/Houston Phillips
11. Why We Live Here
Tyler Farr/Dallas Davidson/Houston Phillips
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