Old Dominion have announced a full-length album from their EP, ‘Memory Lane.’
The band posted on social media: “The new album #MemoryLane is out October 6. Pre-save/pre-add/pre-order now and get “Can’t Break Up Now” featuring @megmoroney on Friday. Link in bio to pre-order.
We always knew this was going to be a full album. But we wanted to give y’all the opportunity to absorb it completely. We wanted to make an album that takes our songs and looks a little deeper into what happens between two people. Just because it’s deep though doesn’t mean the music can’t feel good. “
The new 18-song project will feature the title track and other tunes from the eight-song EP Memory Lane. The project also finds the band collaborating with Megan Moroney on “Can’t Break Up Now;” Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey said of the collab: “Megan’s a really intuitive singer, but she’s also a very smart songwriter–and she came at this song from what was being said, how the melody rises and kind of blew our minds. I think we all loved the way she creates a song, her sense of how notes flow, but she’s both songwriter/singer who came in and pushed this song to almost a scene from a movie.”
Ramsey added: “We always knew this was going to be a full album. But we wanted to give our fans the opportunity to absorb it completely. Over the years, we’ve developed a conversation with fans, bad days, big moments, I’d like to think our songs make both better. We wanted to make an album that takes our songs and looks a little deeper into what happens between two people. Just because it’s deep, though, it doesn’t mean the music can’t feel good.”
To pre-order the ‘Memory Lane’ album, head here.
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