Russell Dickerson is making the most of the heat by releasing a new summer-focused EP, Three Months Two Streets Down. The five-song project contains a collection of summer songs that Dickerson didn’t want to wait to put out on his next album cycle.
“I’ve had these songs for awhile and wanted to do something cool with them—releasing a summer EP just seemed like the perfect fit,” he says. “I like how there’s a track on there for everyone—whether it’s one that makes you nostalgic or more of a feel-good song to blast in your car. So glad I can officially share these tracks with the RD Fam!”
The Triple Tigers team celebrated the fun release with a summer kick-off party at East Nashville’s Pearl Diver earlier this week. While industry members walked around with fruity, summery drinks named after the EP’s tracks, Dickerson mingled and eventually played a few songs from the project.
Dickerson co-wrote the EP’s central song “Ride The Wave” with John-Luke Carter and Shay Mooney. He says that the track set the tone for EP, as it captures the feeling of summer love.
Another track, “Down on the Beach,” which is the only song Dickerson didn’t have a hand in writing, features a really great line. Dickerson grinned when he sang, “sippin’ on a heine’ with my hiney in the sand,” from the Jordan Schmidt, Chase McGill and Tyler Hubbard-written tune.
Other tracks include “Steal My Summer,” co-written with Jon Nite and Casey Brown; “Beauty and the Beach,” co-written with Nite, Ben Johnson and Ashley Gorley; and “SMR LV,” co-written with Sofia Quinn.
Three Months Two Streets Down is available to stream now.
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