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Bryan announces new album coming next week

Friday, August 18, 2023 – Zach Bryan announced today via socials that he will release his next album, a self-titled affair, in one week.

The 18 songs will feature the likes of Kacey Musgraves, The War and Treaty, Sierra Ferrell and The Lumineers helping out on songs.

Bryan posted on Instagram, "really proud to call the writing and production on somethin' all mine, thank y'all for your patience, I didn't make this album to appease people who will never be happy anyways, I made it for my people, hope everyone has a good weekend."

In a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, Bryan wrote, "I wanted this entire record to be self-produced. Releasing Deep Satin (a song my friend Eddie produced) and a few more songs as the months are to come. I won't keep anyone waiting I promise, I love you guys and I am so grateful I get to grow through this life with y'all." It was unclear if Bryan self-produced the new disc. "Deep Satin" is not on the release.

The track list is:
1. "Fear & Friday's"
2. "Overtime"
3. "Summertime's Close"
4. "East Side of Sorrow"
5. "Hey Driver" (featuring the War and Treaty)
6. "Fear and Fridays"
7. "Ticking"
8. "Holy Roller" (featuring Sierra Ferrell)
9. "Jake's Piano/Long Island"
10. "El Dorado"
11. "I Remember Everything"(featuring Kacey Musgraves)
12. "Tourniquet"
13. "Spotless" (featuring The Lumineers)
14. "Tradesman"
15. "Smaller Acts"
16. "Oklahoman Son"

"Zach Bryan" will mark the first full-length release since his third LP, "American Heartbreak." The disc reached the top of the charts when released in 2022.

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