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"Damn Love," it's Kip Moore

Friday, February 24, 2023 – Kip Moore will drop his fifth studio album, "Damn Love," on April 28.

Moore produced the 13 songs with Jaren Johnston (The Cadillac Three). The title track, the only song Moore didn't help write, is out today. "One Heartbeat," a song on the disc, features Ashley McBryde.

"I've always had a nomadic spirit, at the core of me that's what I am, and it's a beautiful life I lead – I don't take that for granted," Moore said. "But I still crave that companionship down deep in my DNA, and that's where 'Damn Love' comes from. There's a reason love and relationships have been written about so much and why they continue to get written about. Because at the core of us, that's what we desire the most."

The tracklist is:
1. Damn Love- (Jason Gantt, Jaren Johnston, James McNair)
2. Kinda Bar - (Kip Moore, Dan Couch)
3. Neon Blue - (Kip Moore, Dan Couch, Jaren Johnston)
4. The Guitar Slinger - (Kip Moore, Dan Couch)
5. Heart On Fire - (Kip Moore, Jaren Johnston)
6. Another Night In Knoxville - ( Kip Moore, Dan Couch)
7. Silver And Gold - (Kip Moore, Dan Couch, Chris DeStefano)
8. Peace & Love - (Kip Moore, Jaren Johnston)
9. Sometimes She Stays** - (Kip Moore, Kenton Bryant)
10. Some Things - (Kip Moore, Dan Couch)
11. One Heartbeat (Featuring Ashley McBryde) - (Kip Moore)
12. Mr. Simple - (Kip Moore, Jaren Johnston)
13. Micky's Bar* - (Kip Moore, Dan Couch)
* Produced by Kip Moore and Matt Bubel
** Produced by Kip Moore

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