Hear Kip Moore’s Gritty ‘All Time Low’ Off Upcoming ‘Underground’ EP
Kip Moore is giving his fans what they want in the form of a new EP called Underground, due out on Friday (Oct. 28), but he's sharing some of the music a little early.
"All Time Low" is the second track Moore has made available from the EP, following "My Kind." It was written by Moore, Westin Davis and Luke Dick. The guitar-driven song has the singer "mixing long neck bottles with my misery and gin" as he tries to get over a breakup. An arena-ready anthem, Moore's vocals and lyrics shine alongside a heavy bass beat.
The five Underground tracks are meant to tide fans over until more new music is released next spring, and the EP includes many underground songs that Moore has performed during his shows over the past several years.
"The problem I often face is leaving behind some songs, because I never stop writing," Moore says. "I write so many that some never see the light of day. I've been working on a full record, which looks to be coming out in late spring, but everywhere we go the fans keep asking for the recordings of these underground songs that they've been hearing for the last few years. They're a passionate fan base so I decided to ask my label if I could record these songs live and give them the raw recordings. These songs are completely separate from the new record I've been making, I simply made this EP for the true fans."
Moore is currently headlining his Me and My Kind Tour, which runs through December.
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