Country singer-songwriter Sam Hunt recently released a new single, “Outskirts.”
The song, written by Hunt along with Zach Crowell, Josh Osborne, and Jerry Flowers, sees the Georgia-native brooding over how memories of his ex flood him whenever he is in the outskirts of town.
“But soon as I get out here on the outskirts / I wish I was runnin’ by your house first / Something ’bout a summer in the South, sure / Shines like gold down these old / Round bail river valley backroads / Way back in the holler where the grass grows / God almighty, baby, we were that close / To ditchin’ this town and settlin’ down / Out here on the outskirts,” Hunt sings in the chorus.
“Outskirts” serves as the latest release from Hunt, following several recent releases such as “Walmart,” the nostalgic “Start Nowhere,” and his current Top 20-and-climbing radio hit “Water Under the Bridge.”
“Outskirts” is expected to appear on Hunt’s forthcoming third studio album, which will mark his first full-length project since 2020’s SOUTHSIDE.
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