Zach Bryan is set to release a new, self-titled album on August 25th.
Back in June, the country star announced new music by sharing brief clips of 10 new songs with the caption “album soon.” Now, he’s shared its release date and what is presumably the album’s artwork, a grainy photo of Bryan smoking a cigarette.
Zach Bryan appears to feature a collaboration with The Lumineers, the Oklahoma singer’s longtime favorite band. In a separate post, Bryan shared another clip of a duet between him and Wesley Schultz, calling the group “Some of the kindest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of talking to.”
Check out the artwork for Bryan’s upcoming project below. Zach Bryan follows the artist’s 2022 LP American Heartbreak, which he followed with the antitrust live album All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live from Red Rocks) and the Maggie Rogers collaboration “Dawns.” He still has a few shows left in his 2023 North American tour.
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