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Campbell releases new single

Monday, August 27, 2012 – Craig Campbell released a new song, Outta My Head, to country radio today.

The song is the first from Campbell's upcoming sophomore disc. "The first time I heard this song I knew it was a big ole hit," said Campbell. "I listened to it once, and I was singing the lyrics 'yeah yeah' all day long. It's so true. Everyone has that someone they can't forget."

Outta My Head, a song about lost love, was produced by Keith Stegall (Alan Jackson, Zac Brown Band) and Matt Rovey and written by Brandon Kinney, Michael Carter, and Cole Swindell.

The song goes for adds at country radio on Sept. 17. Campbell had hits from his debut of Family Man and Fish.

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