Parmalee’s Latest No. 1 Single, ‘Girl In Mine,’ Extends Impressive Streak At Country Radio

“Every #1 is special but this one is for the fans,” lead singer Matt Thomas shares.

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Lexi Liby

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October 5, 2023

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Parmalee; Photo by Alysse Gafkjen

Parmalee continues their streak of consecutive No. 1 singles with “Girl In Mine,” which claimed the top spot on the Country Aircheck/Mediabase radio chart this week. 

Parmalee has achieved a total of four #1 singles (including three consecutive), making them the group with the highest number of chart-toppers in country music within the past three years.

“It’s a beautiful thing when fans start to really connect with a song and you feel the energy every night when they’re singing it back to you,” lead singer Matt Thomas said in a release. “Every #1 is special but this one is for the fans.”

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“Girl In Mine” heeds their 2022 #1 record-setting, “Take My Name,” which was Billboard’s Most Played Country song of 2022, and the #1 Platinum hit, “Just The Way” with Blanco Brown. Bringing the group to their first chart-topper was the song inspired by their home state “Carolina.” 

The chart-topping news comes on the heels of Parmalee’s recently released extended album, For You 2.

For You 2 is an 18-track project that serves as an extension for their latest album For You

Parmalee; Photo by Joseph Llanes
Parmalee; Photo by Joseph Llanes

Including the current No. 1 single “Girl In Mine,” the extended album features four new songs, as well as previous No. 1’s “Take My Name,” and “Just The Way.” 

“We want to have different songs to complete For You 2, that still fit the whole vibe,” Matt Thomas shared in a statement. “I felt like we picked the four best for this total record.”

Coming off of a 19-city tour, Parmalee will shift their focus to their 2024 journey with Kane Brown. The band will hit the road for Kane Brown’s The Air Tour beginning in Charlottesville, Virginia on March 28. 

Fans can keep up with Parmalee on Instagram.  

For You 2 Track Listing:

*new tracks
1.“For You” – (Matt Thomas, David Fanning, Justin Wilson)
2. “Just the Way” – (Matt Thomas, Kevin Bard, Nolan Sipe)
3. “Backroad Girl” – (Matt Thomas, Tommy Cecil, Blake Bollinger, Brinley Addington)
4. “Take My Name” – (Matt Thomas, Ashley Gorley, David Fanning, Ben Johnson)
5. “I Do” – (Tyler Hubbard, Matt Thomas, Corey Crowder, David Fanning)
6. “Miss You” – (Michael Tyler, Matthew McGinn, David Fanning)
7. “Greatest Hits (feat. Fitz)” – (Matt Thomas, Kevin Bard, Nolan Sipe, Andrew Goldstein, Michael Fitzpatrick)
8. “Better With You” – (Matt Thomas, Ashley Gorley, David Fanning)
9. “Forget You (feat. Avery Anna)” (Matt Thomas, Shane Minor, David Fanning, Thomas Archer)
10. “Alone Like That” – (Matt Thomas, Tommy Cecil, David Fanning, James McNair)
11. “I See You” – (Matt Thomas, David Fanning, Justin Wilson, Steven McMorran)
12. “I’ll Take The Chevy” – (Matt Thomas, Josh McSwain, Barry Knox, Zachary Kale, James McNair, Josh Mirenda)
13. “For You”– (Matt Thomas, Barry Knox, Josh McSwain, Scott Thomas, David Fanning)
*14. “Girl In Mine” – (Matt Thomas, David Fanning, Ashley Gorley, Casey Brown, Travis Wood)
*15. “Gonna Love You” – (Matt Thomas, David Fanning, Abram Dean, Andy Sheridan)
*16. “Is It Just Me” – (Matt Thomas, David Fanning, Ashley Gorley, Ben Johnson)
*17. “Boyfriend” – (Matt Thomas, David Fanning, Ashley Gorley, Ben Johnson, Michael Hardy, Hunter Phelps)
*18. “Wish I Never Loved You” – (Matt Thomas, David Fanning, Ashley Gorley, Andy Sheridan)

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Lexi Liby

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Lexi Liby

I am a senior at Kansas State University, where I am majoring in Communication Studies. Throughout my time at college, I’ve had the opportunity to publish a few of my pieces in the University’s newspaper, The Collegian, and I’ve created my own website. I’ve previously interned for Country Insider, an iHeartMedia-owned country music industry newsletter and I am currently interning for CountryNow, a Red Light Management owned publication. I’m very passionate about music and writing, so I hope to find myself in a career that incorporates both of these passions.