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JUST IN! Riley Green Announces New EP "Way Out Here" Due Out April 12th

The country music superstar is gifting fans some new tunes, and even a Bruce Springsteen cover.

Credit: Harper Smith

Riley Green has already started out 2024 strong. With a wildly popular tour and following his third career No. 1, the Florida native is ready to share some new tunes. Announced today, the country music fan favorite announced his seven track EP Way Out Here due out April 12th.

Fans are already eating up the title track that was released on March 15th. Perfectly blending traditional sounds with Green's innate ability to capture audiences through song, we are eager to see him continue in the new project.

“We’ve been playing these new songs on the road and wanted to get them to the fans soon as possible,” said Green. “I’m always working on new music and have more coming throughout the year," Green shared in a press statement.

One of three solo writes on the project, “Jesus Saves,” promises to bring Green's story forward songwriting to the forefront. According the press releases, the project continues Green's love showcasing everyday life, relationships, hard truths - this time through a more mature enlightened lens. It also includes his current single “Damn Good Day to Leave,” which was recently the Most Added at Country radio upon impact. 

Fans of Green's electric live show will be thrilled to see see his cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Atlantic City." Another set staple "The Worst Way," will also be among the seven songs on the new project. Needless to say, from first glance it looks like there is a little something for every country fan on the project.

Pre-order Way Out Here HERE

Way Out Here Track List

1. “Jesus Saves” (Riley Green)

2. “Way Out Here” (Casey Beathard, David Lee Murphy, Josh Thompson)

3. “Atlantic City” (Bruce Springsteen)

4. “Good Morning from Mexico” (Riley Green)

5. “Damn Good Day to Leave” (Riley Green, Erik Dylan, Jonathan Singleton, Nick Walsh)

6. “Pick a Place” (Riley Green, Erik Dylan)

7. “Worst Way” (Riley Green) 


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