Chris Stapleton Premieres First Single In 2 Years, “Starting Over”
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Award-winning country singer Chris Stapleton announced his fourth studio album will be available later this year on November 13, 2020, and released the first single off the album titled “Starting Over” for fans to enjoy.
Stapleton took to Instagram to share the news with a photo of the album’s fourteen song tracklist.
The single “Starting Over” is the first to hit radios since 2018, when his single “Millionaire” reached the Top 5 on Billboard Country Airplay charts. To date, he’s released just seven radio singles, including the hit song “Broken Halos.”
Stapleton’s most famous song is a cover of “Tennessee Whiskey” that gained traction when he first performed it with Justin Timberlake at the 2015 CMA Awards. The song was never released as a radio single but received significant airplay in the years following.
The song list included titles like, “Devil Always Made Me Think Twice,” “Watch You Burn,” and “You Should Probably Leave.”
The album also features “carefully chosen” cover songs, including John Fogerty’s “Joy of Life” and Guy Clark’s “Worry Be Gone” and “Old Friends.”
The highly-anticipated album, Starting Over, is his fourth album and comes five years after his highly successful 2015 debut album, Traveller. Traveller was named Album of the Year at the 2015 CMA Awards and Best Country Album at the 58th Grammy Awards.
Stapleton’s next album was released in May 2017, titled From A Room: Volume 1 and the follow-up album, From A Room: Volume 2 was released in December 2017.
Listen to Chris Stapleton’s newest release, “Starting Over” below.