Brad Paisley has released a sample of songs from his upcoming album, Son Of The Mountains, with Son Of The Mountains: The First Four Tracks.
He released the songs in this specific sequencing to help highlight the journey involved in writing the music for the album. Son Of The Mountains: The First Four Tracks includes the previously released tracks “Same Here” featuring Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and “So Many Summers,” plus the newly-released title track and “The Medicine Will.” The full album is slated for release in early 2024.
“Son Of The Mountains” and “The Medicine Will,” are inspired by the Appalachian region including Paisley’s home state of West Virginia, and reflect both the beautiful and the painful. Paisley has created and edited videos, directed by Jim Shea, to encapsulate the sentiment of each song. The “Son Of The Mountains” single and video both feature Dan Tyminski and Jerry Douglas and include colorful scenery of the state, while “The Medicine Will” focuses on the opioid epidemic and was shot in the depths of a coal mine featuring real life-stories of addicts, survivors and first responders.
“This album doesn’t shy away from reflecting real life and real situations going on in America and in our world today,” says Paisley about the new project. “This is what I think country music is about, which is truth.”
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