Sam Hunt’s New Song “Kinfolks” Set For Release Tomorrow

Sam Hunt is world premiering his brand new song, “Kinfolks,” co-written with longtime collaborators Zach Crowell, Jerry Flowers and Josh Osborne, and releasing it on all digital and streaming platforms tomorrow, (10/10). The new song officially impacts at country radio on Oct. 14.

“When I think of ‘kinfolks,’ when I think of that phrase,” says Hunt, “I think of my family, but also I think of my people back home – beyond family. It’s my buddies who’ve been a part of my story from the beginning. I’ve made a lot of new friends and met a lot of new people who are important to me since I’ve moved away, but that core group is still my core group. It’s like that old saying, ‘you can’t make old friends.’” Hunt leans on that sentiment, exemplifying the importance of bringing a new relationship into the mix and comfortability of home.

Hunt has been dropping hints for “Kinfolks” all week with images and lyrics on his socials teeing up the highly-anticipated new release. He’s currently in the studio finishing up a new album expected in the new year, and gave a taste of new music to a packed Bud Light House Party event in Calgary last month, performing the reflective “Sinning With You” for an eager crowd.

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