Kolby Cooper released his first full album Boy From Anderson County To The Moon on August 19. This album takes tracks from last year’s Boy From Anderson County EP and combines it with six new releases. “Boy From Anderson County To The Moon means so much to me. From the top to the bottom, each song is on here for a reason, and I couldn’t be more proud of it! I hope that when the fans listen to it, they hear how much work and how much of me went into this thing!” Kolby Cooper says as he shares his excitement for this release.
Songs appearing originally on Boy From Anderson County include his first single “Excuses”, a song inspired by his guitar player’s sudden breakup where he laments about being inconclusive at the end of a relationship. “Good For You” exudes snark and bitterness over an ex moving on. And the titular “Boy From Anderson County” shows the other side of love – one that is long-lasting. He credits his love interest in helping him grow up.
The To The Moon part of Kolby Cooper’s new album refers to the inspirational motto he and his band all have tattooed on them. The titular track “To The Moon” appears on this album motivates listeners to be better people. Kolby Cooper writes a love letter to his daughters, telling them to aim high and that they can do anything they put their minds to in “Stars Fall Down”. “Are We On Fire” tackles the topic of gaslighting in a toxic relationship. “Breaking News”, previewed in a release earlier this year, turns the table on an ex who thinks he still has her on his mind.
Big Things For The Boy From Anderson County Kolby Cooper!
Currently, Kolby Cooper keeps busy joining Koe Wetzel on tour. He’ll make his debut on the Grand Ole Opry stage September 10. In preparation for these monumental occasions, stream Boy From Anderson County To The Moon below! Make sure to follow Kolby Cooper on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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