The newly crowned ACM New Male Artist of the Year, Riley Green, is gearing up to release new music.
The rising star just announced a new five-song EP, If It Wasn’t For Trucks. Out September 11, the EP will off a sneak peek of Green’s new full-length album, which is set to release sometime in 2021.
After spending several months in his hometown of Jacksonville, Alabama, the singer/songwriter was inspired to write new songs with his love for traditional country music in mind. The new project will reflect his small-town upbringing and shine a light on a simplistic way of life.
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I’ve been using my time off to do a lot of writing and although I can’t play shows for y'all face to face right now, I’m glad I can still share some new music with everyone. Get ready for the "If It Wasn't For Trucks" EP by hitting the link in my bio. #countrymusic #ifitwasntfortrucks
“I’m excited to be releasing the If It Wasn’t For Trucks EP. I’ve been using my time off to do a lot of writing and although we can’t play music for fans face-to-face right now, I’m glad I can still share some new music with everyone,” said Green. “I hope to see everyone back on the road soon.”
The upcoming EP follows the release of Green’s 2019 album, Different ‘Round Here, which spawned hits such as “I Wish Grandpas Never Died” adds to his GOLD-certified No. 1 “There Was This Girl.”