Get ready to hit the dusty trails of raw emotion with Dylan Marlowe‘s highly anticipated EP Dirt Road When I Die. With his distinctive blend of heartfelt storytelling and soulful melodies, Marlowe takes listeners on a captivating musical journey through the rugged landscapes of love, loss, and self-discovery. “The Dirt Road When I Die EP is really the first project I’ve gotten to put out,” Dylan Marlowe says. “I’m really excited about all of these songs and it feels super authentic to me, which is what I wanted it to be.
Dirt Road When I Die starts out with “Record High”. This track of longing reflects on the memories of love lost. “You See Mine” is another reflective tune. Dylan sings about seeing his ex with another man and wishing he was by his ex’s side. “Rich Kids” is a journey back in time to how he and his friends felt rich with life experiences growing up. “Grew Up Country” pays more homage to his Georgia roots.
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“What I Know Now” ruminates on hindsight following what he learned following a breakup. “You Were Right” demonstrates changes Dylan took in life and how those changes brought a love interest closer to him. “Empty Shotgun – Mr. Mechanic” is where Dylan waxes about how there’s something wrong with his truck – a special someone missing from the seat next to him. And you cannot forget the titular track! When he’s ready to go, he knows where he belongs when it’s time for him to rest – and that’s back where his roots lay. Prepare to be swept away by the undeniable talent and magnetic charm of Dylan Marlowe as he solidifies his place as one of the most promising voices in modern country music.
“[Dirt Road When I Die has] got a lot of energy and a lot of songs for the live show, but also some that mean something to me,” continues Dylan. “It was really fun to put together a project from top to bottom, and I hope y’all love it.” And love it do fans already do! Dylan Marlowe made his debut at the Grand Ole Opry on July 9.
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