John Morgan is set to release his six-song debut EP Remember Us? on Oct. 6.
The debut mixes heartbreakers with up-tempo barn burners, flowing between romantic relatability and nostalgia to crank-it-up singalongs. Morgan, who penned Jason Aldean’s No. 1 “If I Didn’t Love You” with Carrie Underwood, co-wrote each song on the project and enlisted his mentor Aldean and Aldean’s bandmates Kurt Allison and Tully Kennedy to help produce the EP’s title track along with “Ain’t Been There Yet” and the previously-released party-starter “Friends Like That,” which has earned more than 12.5 million on-demand streams to date.
The collection also includes the just-released “Cold Summer In San Antone” that depicts the isolation and coldness of a broken heart, even during the most brutally hot season in Texas. Likewise, the anguished “It Ain’t the Leavin'” dials in on the turmoiled chaos felt after goodbye, while the fun-loving, up-tempo “Won’t Be As Good” admits life isn’t as worthwhile without that certain someone in it.
Morgan recently made his Grand Ole Opry debut, and is taking the new music out on the road with Ernest, Riley Green, Jameson Rodgers and Conner Smith as well as to festivals around the country.
Remember Us? Track Listing:
^Produced by Jason Aldean, Kurt Allison & Tully Kennedy
*Produced by Will Bundy
+ Produced by Kyle Fishman & Jacob Durrett
1. “Won’t Be As Good” (John Morgan, Will Bundy, Rodney Clawson, Justin Wilson)*
2. “Remember Us” (John Morgan, Kyle Fishman, Rodney Clawson, Justin Wilson)^
3. “Friends Like That” (John Morgan, Brent Anderson, Will Bundy, Lydia Vaughan)^
4. “Cold Summer In San Antone” (John Morgan, Ben Hayslip, Will Bundy)*
5. “It Ain’t the Leavin'” (John Morgan, Kyle Fishman, Casey Beathard, Josh Thompson, Rocky Block)+
6. “Ain’t Been There Yet” (John Morgan, Kurt Allison, Tully Kennedy, David Lee Murphy)^
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