Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

EF Country

Spencer Crandall announces release of fourth studio album ‘Western’

Huge, 20 track album split into chapters and themes on the way.

Spencer Crandall
Credit: Spencer Crandall

Dynamic independent Country artist Spencer Crandall announces his fourth studio album, ‘Western’ will be released on October 21st. A musical self portrait of Crandall’s autobiography in song the album follows the hero’s journey to a life well lived, told throughout six chapters: ‘Scorpion, Mustang, Revolver, Pickaxe, Desert and Gold’. Exploring deeply personal themes such as addiction, therapy, the struggle for balance and a healthy sense of self, the completed project will include 20 tracks, 18 of which were carefully crafted by Crandall himself.


“I think every great album should answer the questions: ‘Where are you from?” ‘Where are you now?’ and ‘Where are you going?’ … and I believe I have done just that with ‘Western’ shares Crandall. “I strive to create songs and tell stories that impact people’s lives in a meaningful way, and to say I’ve put my entire heart into this album would be an understatement. My fans can expect the most vulnerable, energetic and authentic version of myself that I have ever put out, and I’m so honored that I get to tell these stories and share them with the world.”

Serving as a vulnerable display of Crandall’s biggest dreams and fears ‘Western’ reveals a deeper level of authenticity and relatability from the “accomplished singer-songwriter” on the “cusp of Country music stardom” (People). After breaking into the Country scene in 2016, Crandall’s grown his loyal following, dubbed “The Stadium Gang,” to nearly 3M strong. Proving himself as one of Country music’s most sought after independent artists, the streaming sensation’s album announcement comes as he soars to a quarter of a billion global artist streams, raking in over 175K streams per day with a proven trajectory.

The fully loaded project will include SiriusXM The Highway’s chart-topper ‘Made’ as well as breakup anthem ‘Red Flags’ and focus track ‘Didn’t Do’, which have already earned the album more than 30M streams. The record will also showcase Crandall’s “ultra-smooth blend of Country and pop” (Taste of Country) as he puts his own twist on Justin Bieber’s ‘Anyone’ and a nod to his parent’s 40+ year marriage with Shania Twain’s ‘You’re Still The One.’

Adding yet another notch on his belt, Crandall will step into the coveted circle for his Grand Ole Opry debut on Sept. 16 before taking his new music to the road. The Denver, Colo. native’s 26-stop headlining tour, the ‘Western’ tour, has already sold over 4K tickets and will kick off on Oct. 6 in Lexington, Ky. before making its cross country trek. For tickets and more information, visit


  1. “There is A Fire” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Nathan Johnson, Asher Peterson, Jonah Oh
  2. “K[no]w Better” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Lydia Dall, Royale Lynn, Jeff Cherry
  3. “Get Away From Me” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Michael August, Carlo Colasacco
  4. “The Ballad of the Mustang” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Lydia Dall
  5. “Didn’t Do” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Haley Mae Campbell, Lydia Dall
  6. “7 and 70” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Aubrey Toone, Charlie Brennan
  7. “What Do We Do Now?” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Scott Porter, Joe Tounge
  8. “Friends” // Spencer Crandall, Joe Tounge, Nate Dodge
  9. “Girls Like You” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Joe Tounge, Lauren McLamb
  10. “No New Memories” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Gus Ross, Luke Eisner
  11. “Future in the Past” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Joe Tounge, Lauren McLamb
  12. “To Be Continued…” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Joe Tounge, Nate Dodge
  13. “Red Flags” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Gus Ross, Luke Eisner
  14. “Made” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Andrew Beason, Ian McConnell, Jeff Cherry
  15. “You’re Still The One” // Written by Shania Twain, Robert John Lange
  16. “Side of the Stage” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Lydia Dall, Lauren McLamb
  17. “Enough” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Austin Brown, Jeffrey East, Steven Martinez
  18. “Getting There” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Tofer Brown, Lauren Huntgate
  19. “Anyone” // Written by Justin Bieber, Jonathan Bellion, Andrew Wotman, Alexander Izquierdo, Jordan K. Johnson, Stefan Johnson, Michael Pollack, Raul Cubina
  20. “Our Forever” // Written by Spencer Crandall, Kelly Archer, Rhett Akins


You May Also Like

EF Country

Evocative, atmospheric song from singer relaunching his career in style.

EF Country

Get to know Nashville's 'Next Big Thing' and his unique sound and style.


Zoe Kazan & Carey Mulligan shine in the big screen adaptation of the Harvey Weinstein New York Times investigation.

Copyright © 2022 Entertainment Focus

Entertainment Focus is a trading name of Piñata Media Limited (Reg no: 08435639)

Entertainment Focus uses affiliate links. By buying through the links we may receive a commission for the sale. This has no effect on the price for you