Country music sibling trio Track45 has released their new EP Grew Up On via BBR Music Group/Stoney Creek Records.
Made up of Ben, Jenna and KK Johnson, the group shares memories of their upbringing while exploring young heartbreak, valuable life lessons and more on the six-track project. They produced the entire collection and co-wrote the majority of the songs alongside Michael Hardy, Ashley Gorley, Jonathan Singleton and Taylor Phillips, among others.
“We recorded this collection of songs as we were saying goodbye to many relationships in our lives,” says Track45. “We always want to be honest about the highs and the lows of life and we hope you can hear that in the music. There are some breakup anthems, nostalgic retrospections and some feel good songs mixed in. It’s a journal of us celebrating the experiences and people that have made us who we are and closing the chapter on situations that weren’t right anymore.”
The opening track “Drinkin’ And Thinkin'” finds the band reminiscing on a lost love, while the title track opens a time capsule of memories from their youth and reflects on the traditions that made them who they are today. They put their witty songwriting on display with “Hate Me” and “Last Man In Tennessee.” Grew Up On also includes “PCH,” an ode to a vacation fling and the final track “Family,” a country version of a song the siblings originally wrote for David Guetta that featured Bebe Rexha, Ty Dolla $ign and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, which ends with a message of gratitude for bonds that transcend blood.
Grew Up On Track Listing:
1. “Drinkin’ And Thinkin'”
2. “Grew Up On”
3. “Last Man In Tennessee”
4. “Hate Me”
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