Old Dominion: single right for this "Time"?
Monday, June 20, 2016
– Old Dominion hope the third single from its debut disc also will be ready for current times.
The band released "Song For Another Time" today with 59 first week chart reporting stations spinning the new single.
"We are so excited for this song to have its moment," said lead singer Matthew Ramsey of Old Dominion. "Music plays such a big role in everyone's life; especially in relationships. After we wrote this song, we knew it would be something people could relate to. It's a song about losing love, fighting for love, and the soundtrack that goes along with that struggle. We are very proud of this one."
The band has enjoyed previously success on the charts with "Break Up With Him," which went Platinum and "Snapback," which was certified Gold.
Old Dominion is again touring this summer with Kenny Chesney on the Spread The Love Tour with dates this week in Virginia Beach, Va. and Philadelphia.
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