Neon Union has released their debut EP Double Wide Castle Sessions via Red Street Records.
The five-track EP produced by Dann Huff comes after their debut single, “Bout Damn Time,” broke onto the charts. Fans can hear three previously-released tracks on the new EP, “Redneck Rich,” “This Thing” and “American Dirt,” along with two new songs, “Country Radio Song” and “How You Don’t.”
“We have been creating so much music, and we’re so excited to share it with the world,” says Neon Union’s Andrew Milsaps. “This music represents who we are and who our fans are! We hope y’all enjoy listening to these songs as much as we enjoy playing them!”
Duo member Leo Brooks adds, “Y’all get ready to turn up these summer jams because there’s something here for everyone!”
“I couldn’t be more proud of these boys and the music they’ve been making,” says Red Street Records CEO Jay DeMarcus. “The versatility in this music only scratches the surface of what they’re capable of. Andrew and Leo are gonna be around for a long, long time!”
To celebrate the release of Double Wide Castle Sessions, Neon Union will be playing a free show at Nashville’s Ole Red from 6:30-7:30 p.m. CT on Monday, July 24. The performance will also be livestreamed on Circle Network’s Facebook, YouTube channel and Circle Now app.
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