Rascal Flatts announces EP for July
Monday, June 22, 2020
– Rascal Flatts announced their new EP "How They Remember You" will be released July 31.
The seven-track EP includes six unreleased tracks along with their rendition of Kenny Rogers' "Through the Years."
The trio hit the Opry stage in Nashville to perform their brand new single and title track "How They Remember You" this morning as part of TODAY's Citi Music Series. The song was co-written by Marc Beeson, Josh Osborne and Allen Shamblin and produced by Dann Huff.
"We are so excited about our new EP and single, 'How They Remember You,'" said lead singer Gary LeVox. "It's a song about what kind of impact and legacy you want to leave in life. It's a fantastic song to celebrate 20 years of making music together. It's an incredible message with a melody to match and we hope the fans love it, and that whatever legacy we all leave behind, it's beautifully impactful."
The track list is:
1. How They Remember You
2. Feel It In The Morning
3. Quick, Fast, In A Hurry (featuring Rachel Wammack)
4. Looking Back
6. Sip Away
7. Through The Years
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