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Lewis is "Over the Hill"

Friday, March 15, 2024 – Aaron Lewis today dropped the final preview - "Over the Hill" - of his upcoming solo country album," The Hill."

The record, which is acoustic, is out March 29 via The Valory Music Co.

"'Over The Hill' is the realization that we all make mistakes, take different paths and learn as we go," said Lewis. "I've embraced it with no regrets."

On "Over The Hill," (written by Lewis, Matt McGinn and Bobby Pinson) Lewis takes the big-picture view, looking back on his 50-plus years with a self-aware sense of pride. Owning both his missteps and moments of clarity, he decides to make his final stand, figuring the climb was ultimately worth the effort.

"Somebody's got to live this shit, and these songs, they're me," he said. "I really don't feel like I'm alone in my feelings – I'm just more willing to open up my mouth."

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