Marlowe is "On My Way Out"
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Marlowe is "On My Way Out"

Friday, May 3, 2024 – Kameron Marlowe unveiled his new song "On My Way Out" today.

Serving as the final sneak peek from his forthcoming sophomore album, "Keepin' the Lights On" arriving Friday, May 31, the new ballad brings Marlowe's vocals to the forefront as he examines the regrets he wants to rectify before his time is up and the 'one more times' he wants to experience again. Michael Hardy (aka HARDY), Ben Johnson, Hunter Phelps, Taylor Philips and Bobby Pinson wrote the song.

"When I first heard this song, it resonated with me on a deeper level," said Marlowe. "As I've gotten older, I started to realize how special our time is on this earth and to never take these moments for granted. This song helps remind me to slow down and remember how much I have to be thankful for and all the things I still want to do before my time is up."

Marlowe heads to Frisco, Texas on May 16 to celebrate his first recognition from the Academy of Country Music Awards as a New

The new disc contains 16 songs including the previously released singles "Quit You," "Strangers (with Ella Langley)" and "Tennessee Don't Mind." Produced by Dann Huff and featuring writing credits from Kendell Marvel, James McNair and Wyatt McCubbin. Marlowe also released the title track "Keepin' The Lights On."

Marlowe is on his headlining Strangers Tour with special guest Tucker Wetmore.

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