New Country Songs You Need To Hear Right Now: Lindsay Ell, Thompson Square, Easton Corbin, & More

Lindsay Ell, Thompson Square, Easton Corbin; Photos Provided
Lindsay Ell, Thompson Square, Easton Corbin; Photos Provided
Lindsay Ell, Thompson Square, Easton Corbin; Photos Provided

Country artists continue to deliver a variety of songs designed to impact their listeners, no matter what they’re going through. A steady stream of new albums, singles, and tour announcements have been keeping fans excited to hear the latest musical stories from their favorite artists.

This month, listeners are hearing from veteran artists such as Thompson Square as well as burgeoning stars like Bri Fletcher and Jake Hoot. In addition, artists have also released songs that have impacted country radio airwaves, making their music that much more accessible to fans.

From upbeat songs about embracing one’s country roots to emotional duets about finding the beauty amid life’s struggles, Country Now is sharing its latest list of noteworthy tracks for fans to play on repeat.

Here are seven songs you need to hear right now.

“Right On Time” – Lindsay Ell

“I’m either late to the party or right on time,” Lindsay Ell sings on the chorus of her latest single, “Right On Time.” The unapologetically upbeat track finds Ell rejecting the idea of finding love as being a competition. The track was co-written by Ell, Jordan Schmidt, and Geoff Warburton. Schmidt also produced the track.

Stream the track here.

“Low Class Lovers” – LANCO

LANCO introduces fans to the latest chapter of their career with “Low Class Lovers,” the lead single from their next project. The storytelling-driven track focuses on a couple whose life is far from the cushy privilege of their silver spoon counterparts. Written by band member Brandon Lancaster and produced by Jay Joyce, the track pairs gritty lyrics with rock influences.

Stream the track here.

“Hair Ties (I Don’t Wanna)” – Seth Ennis

Seth Ennis struggles to forget an ex on “Hair Ties (I Don’t Wanna),” his first release of 2022. “No I don’t wanna call you and I get lonely / I don’t wanna love you if you don’t love me / I just wanna start findin’ your hair ties in my drawer / Cause I don’t wanna want you anymore,” Ennis sings on the more pop-leaning track. Ennis’ latest release follows previous tracks, “Just A Little” and “So Much.”

Stream the track here.

“I Can’t Decide” – Easton Corbin

Corbin delivers a catchy, feel-good track about a night out with his girl that is sure to get fans singing along. “I can’t decide, oh girl if I / Want to see you in a party crowd, or all alone / You look so right, I can’t go wrong,” Corbin sings on the chorus. Corbin, who is working on a new album due out later this year, recently signed with Stone Country Records.

Stream the track here.

“Godsend” – Riley Clemmons featuring Brett Young

Christian artist Riley Clemmons teams up with country singer Brett Young to turn the title track of her latest album into a duet. Clemmons and Young’s voices pair well together on this moving track about seeing the beauty in life’s struggles from a lens of faith. Clemmons said having Young sing on the track with her was a “true honor” and that he has always been one of her “favorite musical storytellers.”

Stream the track here.

“Country In Soul” – Thompson Square

Husband and wife duo, Keifer and Shawna Thompson—better known as Thompson Square—embrace their country roots with their new song, “Country In My Soul.” “I got grit, I got drawl / I love Jesus and my dog / I like butter on my biscuits, and the sound of backyard crickets,” the pair sings on the beginning of the chorus. The song, which officially impacted country radio last week, was the second most-added song by stations nationwide.

Stream the track here.

“There’s Still Tomorrow” – Bri Fletcher featuring Jake Hoot

Bri Fletcher teams up with season 17 winner of The Voice, Jake Hoot on this vibrant duet that shows off their powerful vocals. “Cause anywhere you go I follow / There’s never been a day that I don’t / Think I couldn’t love you more than I do right now / But there’s still tomorrow,” the pair blends their voices on the chorus. Fletcher, who wrote the song with her friend, Katie Austin, said she was “so thrilled” to have Hoot lend his vocal to it because he’s “incredibly talented.”

Stream the track here.