New Country Songs You Need To Hear Right Now: Emily Ann Roberts, Restless Road, SACHA with Jade Eagleson & More

Emily Ann Roberts, Restless Road, SACHA, Jade Eagleson, Logan Crosby; Photos Provided
Emily Ann Roberts, Restless Road, SACHA, Jade Eagleson, Logan Crosby; Photos Provided
Emily Ann Roberts, Restless Road, SACHA, Jade Eagleson, Logan Crosby; Photos Provided

In this week’s set of fresh music, we learn there’s truly no place like home. No matter how far one might stray away from the grounds they grew up on, that feeling of comfort and those past lessons learned are pretty much guaranteed to remain intact. Listeners are hearing from a slew of artists rising to the top of their game, like Logan Crosby and Jordan Harvey and Andrew Jannakos, as they’ve recently dropped new music. 

From heavy promises to celebrating the small things and asking all the right questions, Country Now is sharing its brand-new list of stand-out tracks that will serve as the perfect additions to your playlist.

Here are eight songs you need to hear right now.

Jon Langston – “Give You My All”

Jon Langston shows off his soft side as he promises to “Give You My All” in his latest release. Co-penned alongside Brad Wagner and Jordan Gray, this ballad goes above and beyond the standard country love song. Langston delivers a charming pledge through his forthright vocals as he promises his money, his time, and even his last breath to his love interest.

“’Give You My All’ is all about finding that person you love and giving them everything you got,” the singer/songwriter shared. “I hope the fans feel this one just as much as I do. I wrote this one with two of my buddies, so that makes it even more special.”

Stream the track HERE.

SACHA Feat. Jade Eagleson – “Call It Country”

For her first release since her sophomore EP We Did, SACHA joined forces with fellow Canadian country act, Jade Eagleson, for her new tune, “Call It Country.” The rising artist instantly felt a connection to the narrative behind this song written by Allison Veltz, Seth Mosley and Brooke Eden. Between Eagleson’s deep country twang and SACHA’s passionate vocals, they honor the country lifestyle that she’s so proud to call “home.” 

“This song reminds me of all the best parts of my childhood and how those experiences paved the way for the rest of my life. I wouldn’t trade any of that for anything, no matter where life takes me,” SACHA shared in a recent press release. 

Stream the track HERE.

Jordan Harvey – “I Will”

Jordan Harvey’s newest release, “I Will” is so charming that it’s sure to fuel a listener’s sweet tooth. For Harvey’s first creation as a solo artist, this song serves as an addictive re-introduction into the country music industry. The Scottish singer-songwriter’s captivating persona adds to the affectionate narrative in a way that leaves listeners pleading for the love interest to give the chivalrous character a chance. 

“If he won’t I will / Show you off, show you what you’ve been missing / Get your beautiful world back to spinning / Get you feeling that one in seven billion feeling,” he sings in the top of the chorus. 

Stream the track HERE.

Andrew Jannakos – “Heaven’s Like A Hometown”

In his new song, “Heaven’s Like A Hometown,” rising star Andrew Jannakos pays tribute to the close connection he has with the small town of Flowery Branch, GA that raised him. For Jannakos, there’s just nothing like about being able to stop at the “Texaco” that has “the coldest ice-cold beer,” spending Friday nights watching the “undefeated” home team and having the memories of fishing at the “honey hole” with his late grandpa. Sitting down to write with Eric Arjes, Matthew McGinn, and Jordan Minton, Jannakos’ “Heaven’s Like A Hometown” is a slice of nostalgia with a whole lot of heart.

Stream the track HERE.

Logan Crosby – “If You Ask Me”

There’s plenty of songs about proposing to the one you love and getting hitched, but what about that first step that entails asking a farther for his daughter’s hand in marriage? Logan Crosby has filled the gap with his stripped-down sophomore release, “If You Ask Me,” which he co-wrote with Nate Kenyon. Emotions run high as the leading character works up the courage to approach his girlfriend’s father and ask for his blessing to take that next step in their relationship. 

“Son you best know what that means / That there means forever, through the good and the bad together / So, shake my hand if you can guarantee,” Crosby sings. 

Stream the track HERE.

Restless Road – “Sundown Somewhere”

Restless Road, made up of Zach Beeken, Garrett Nichols and Colton Pack, went from singing about their “Bar Friends” to day dreaming about when that one person might walk into their life and change it all. Even if you haven’t met “the one” yet, their latest song, “Sundown Somewhere” is a reminder that there is out there and “it’s gonna be worth the wait.” Fans were eagerly awaiting the release of this hopeful song after the singer/songwriters previously took to social media to share a tease of the track penned by Cole Swindell, Ben Hayslip, Jacob Rice, and Cole Taylor.

Stream the track HERE.

Emily Ann Roberts – “Whole Lotta Little”

Artist on the rise Emily Ann Roberts is embracing her true East Tennessee roots in the release of her first single in two years, “Whole Lotta Little.” Inspiration was pulled from her real-life experience of getting married and moving into her first home, which was 900 square feet apartment. It may seem small to those on the outside, but its size was no match for the happiness Roberts felt inside it. In this fiddle-ridden release, she’s stressing the importance of embracing the little things in life. 

“We ain’t got a whole lot but we got a lotta little / And a little suits me just fine,” The Voice alum sings at the top of the chorus. 

Stream the track HERE.

Mickey Guyton – “How You Love Someone”

In her latest release, “How You Love Someone,” Mickey Guyton is asking important questions, like “Do you stand in the driveway and wave ’til the car is gone?” and “Would you learn to like Hank Williams and red wine?” Her graceful vocals are testing the true character of a love interest in the early stages to see if they are worth the time and effort to continue pursuing. 

“This song touched my heart in the best way,” Guyton shared. “My dear friend Jessy Wilson sent this to me, and it literally brought tears to my eyes when I heard it. Since becoming a mother, love has taken on an even greater meaning, so this song really resonated with me. I’m so happy I got to record it and support songwriters in Nashville.”

Stream the track HERE.