Sam Hunt has released new song ‘Outskirts’, which he wrote with Zach Crowell, Josh Osborne, and Jerry Flowers.
The Georgia-native pines over a could-have-been life with a could-have-been wife as the loneliness is amplified by sorrowful guitar. The song follows Hunt’s recently announced ‘Summer on the Outskirts Tour’, which he discussed on ‘Today’s Country Radio with Kelleigh Bannen’ earlier this week.
‘Outskirts’ serves as the latest from the five-time GRAMMY nominee, following a string of recent song drops including ‘Walmart’, the nostalgic ‘Start Nowhere’ and his current Top 20-and-climbing radio hit ‘Water Under the Bridge’.
Hunt’s released his latest album ‘Southside’ in 2020. It topped the Billboard Country Albums chart and includes the number one singles ‘Kinfolks’, ‘Breaking Up Was Easy in the 90s’, ‘Hard to Forget’ and ‘Body Like a Back Road’. Since that album release Hunt has notched up another number one with his hit ’23’.
‘Southside’ was the follow-up to the triple-Platinum-selling debut album ‘Montevallo’. That album spawned seven platinum or multi-platinum hits including ‘Leave the Night On’, ‘House Party’, ‘Take Your Time’, ‘Break Up in a Small Town’, ‘Speakers’ and ‘Make You Miss Me’.