Country singer Luke Bryan brought 2020 to a close with a delightful surprise for his fans. The popular artist released a new five-song EP titled "Born Here, Live Here, Die Here (Deluxe Edition)" on December 4th, much to the delight of his loyal followers. The EP includes four brand new tracks along with a remix of his hit single "Waves," featuring Reverie Lane.
"Born Here, Live Here, Die Here" was originally released in August 2020 and quickly gained praise for its heartfelt songs and relatable lyrics. The album resonated with fans as it portrayed the sentiments and stories of growing up and living in small-town America. With the addition of the new tracks, the deluxe edition further captures the essence of Bryan's rural upbringing.
The EP's first track, "Country Does," sets the tone for the album with its catchy melody and lyrics that pay homage to the country lifestyle. Bryan sings about how country is more than just a genre of music; it's a way of life that reflects the values and traditions of rural communities.
The second song on the EP, "Drink A Little Whiskey Down," is a heartfelt ballad that explores the bittersweet emotions of moving on from a past love. Bryan's soothing vocals and the emotional undertones of the song create a powerful listening experience.
"Floatin' This Creek" takes listeners on a nostalgic journey as Bryan recalls carefree summer days spent enjoying the simple pleasures of life. It captures the essence of small-town memories and the bond between friends.
The EP's fourth track, "Where Are We Goin'," is a reflective and introspective song that delves into the uncertainties of life and the importance of embracing the present moment. Bryan's introspective lyrics encourage listeners to appreciate the journey and the experiences that shape them.
The final addition to the EP is a remix of "Waves," a song that resonated with fans when it was initially released. This remix features the talented duo Reverie Lane, adding a new dynamic to the already popular track.
The surprise release of "Born Here, Live Here, Die Here (Deluxe Edition)" was a pleasant ending to a challenging year for both Luke Bryan and his fans. The EP showcases Bryan's ability to relate to his audience and capture the essence of small-town living. With its heartfelt lyrics and captivating melodies, this surprise release is sure to be cherished by country music enthusiasts and Luke Bryan fans around the world.