Zach Bryan is releasing a new 9-track EP, Summertime Blues, on the heels of his record-breaking, Warner Records debut American Heartbreak. The project is slated for release tomorrow (July 15).
On Summertime Blues, Bryan sings about the working class lifestyle on songs like the dark “Quittin’ Time;” tells a longing story about the one who got away on “Oklahoma Smoke Show;” and dives deep into the frustrations of a relationship gone sour on “All The Time.”
American Heartbreak, the Navy veteran’s third album and first for Warner Records, made the second-highest streaming country album debut in history, breaking the 2022 record for single album streams in a 24-hour period and pushing Bryan well past 1 billion streams globally.
His single “Something in the Orange” peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot Country charts and was the No. 18 global streaming track overall. “From Austin” claimed the No. 1 Country Song on Apple Music, debuted at No. 4 on Spotify’s Global Country chart and has garnered over 37 million global streams.
Bryan has also announced some new concert dates, including his first headlining gig in Los Angeles at The Wiltern on Oct.18. Ticket pre-sale for the new dates begins today (July 14) and general on-sale begins tomorrow (July 15). For a full list of upcoming dates, click here.
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