Steve Moakler has announced he’ll release his new album Make A Little Room on Aug. 12. A first glimpse into the project will be available this Friday (May 20) with the release of the record’s title track.
“It really is the overarching theme of the record,” Moakler explains. “You can hang it all on that, this shift toward what ultimately matters. It’s the people around you and the little things. Having some margin in your life, and some space for magic to happen.”
Produced by Andy Skib, Make A Little Room features tracks co-written or solely penned by Moakler with Luke Laird, Marcus Hummon, Neil Medley, and Lucie Silvas, among others. The 10 songs showcase an easy-going spirit, rootsy rhythms and tender vocals.
Moakler has enjoyed songwriting success for other artists as well, having penned songs for Reba McEntire, Jake Owen, Ben Rector, and Dierks Bentley’s Gold-certified track “Riser,” among others.
Make A Little Room Track List:
Make A Little Room (Steve Moakler/Kelly Archer/Nathan Spicer)
Tennessee Girl (Steve Moakler/Oscar Charles)
Pack It Up (Steve Moakler)
Autumn Came Back (Steve Moakler/Andrew DeRoberts/Lucie Silvas)
Start A Band (Steve Moakler/Neil Mason)
Better Days (Steve Moakler/Marcus Hummon/Neil Medley)
Let’s Go To The Lake (Steve Moakler/Luke Laird/Barry Dean)
Northerner (Steve Moakler/Stephanie Chapman)
You Being You (Steve Moakler)
Numbered (Steve Moakler/Andy Skib/Jacob Davis)