Brett Young's debut album is filled with songs of love and love lost. The pop-friendly collection of musings from the California native's heart and songbook is at its best when he leans into these highs and lows.
If traditional country music is truly going to cover the radio in 2017, it's going to be by bands like Midland. The trio's "Drinkin' Problem" keeps the pretty of old-school country swing but dives dark into sorrow with no shame.
Brothers Osborne bring a countrified brand of bluesy garage rock to their new single "It Ain't My Fault." The foot-stomping bookend cut from Pawn Shop puts a spotlight on their live show. It's a guitar-drenched, unapologetic jam that's not likely to please the pop-country crowd.
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