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Muscadine Bloodline Premiere Gritty New Single "Cryin' In A GMC"

"Sad songs are fun!" proclaimed Muscadine Bloodline when teasing their newest track, "Cryin' In A GMC," on Instagram. And they weren't wrong - Charlie Muncaster and Gary Stanton have perfected the art of telling a somber story against upbeat melodies and rock-influenced production.

Since their official formation in 2015, the independent duo's talent, passion, and edge have brought fresh perspectives to country music, allowing them to stand out in the influx of rising country acts. Muncaster has a naturally flawless belt, and Stanton can effortlessly play complex guitar licks and carry impeccable harmonies - so of course, this pairing was just meant to be. First gaining widespread attention with a 2017 self-titled EP, Muscadine Bloodline has since played to multiple sold-out crowds, put out another project to high critical acclaim, and received a standing ovation at their Grand Ole Opry debut.

The release of "Cryin' In A GMC" follows this summer's "Me On You"; both tracks will appear on the duo's highly-anticipated album Dispatch to 16th Ave. Fans can catch live performances of the new songs, as well as Muscadine Bloodline's timeless back catalogue, at their ongoing Countryband Contraband tour!

"Cryin' In A GMC" embraces Muscadine Bloodline's signature musical style, blending elements from classic country and southern rock to create something unique and special. With standout lyrics such as "Now I'm cryin' in a GMC / Windows tinted just the right amount," the duo has employed descriptive imagery and creative metaphors to paint a vivid picture of coping after heartbreak. With every track they release, Muscadine Bloodline shows why they deserve to join the likes of Florida Georgia Line, Dan + Shay, Brooks & Dunn, and others as one of country music's greatest duos.

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