Walker Montgomery tips his hat to small-town living in his just-released new track, “Out of Nowhere.”
Co-written by Corey Crowder, Joey Hyde, Jared Mullins and Morgan Wallen, “Out of Nowhere” finds the rising country star celebrating the country way of life and all things that go along with living in a town that “ain’t on the map.” Arriving just in time for summer, “Out of Nowhere” is the kind of song fans will be listening to with the windows down and the volume cranked up loud.
“‘Cause we come out nowhere/ That you never heard of/ We aint burning blacktop/ Nah we kickin’ dirt up/ Shotgun shooting stop signs/ Red light revin’ red lights/ Know who made the moon/ And know who makes the moonshine/ Come out of them turn rows where that corn grows/ We turn it into that whiskey/ If you wonder why we live the way we livin’/ ‘Cause we come out of nowhere,” Montgomery sings on the chorus.
“’Out of Nowhere” describes perfectly the way I grew up,” Montgomery shares. “I know this song will strike a chord with so many people because either they grew up the same way or they may have wished they had. It’s so fun, uptempo and I cannot wait to get out on the road next and play this song.”
Montgomery is Play It Again Entertainment’s flagship artist. His music is produced by multi-award winning No. 1 hit songwriters The Peach Pickers (Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson and Ben Hayslip), who together, have nearly 80 No.1 songs.
“Out of Nowhere” follows the release of his previous tracks “Wouldn’t Be A Country Boy,” “She Don’t Know” and “Bad Day To Be A Beer.” The song will be featured on an upcoming collection of new music that is expected to drop later this year.
Fans can catch Montgomery on the road this summer. Tour dates and additional details can be found on his official website.