Brett Eldredge Shares Track List For New Album 'Sunday Drive'

June 30, 2020
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    Brett Eldredge's fifth studio album, Sunday Drive, is set to drop on July 10th. If you just can't wait until then, you can get your hands on the title track right NOW.

    “Many years ago, I was an intern at universal music publishing where I worked in the basement tape room transferring CDs into MP3s. I loved listening to all of the incredible songwriters’ songs and was always blown away by what people could create from their soul. One day I stumbled upon this song called "Sunday Drive," (written by Barry Dean, Don Mescall, Steve Robson) and I was stopped in my tracks. I couldn't believe a song could be written by someone else but feel like every word and melody was every part of my life existence. I secretly/selfishly hoped and prayed no one would record it so that one day when the time was right, I could record it and make it something extremely special. That day is today, and it happens to be the title of my album. I cannot wait for you to take this journey with this song, I know it will do something special to your heart and soul.”

    Brett shared the full 'Sunday Drive' tracklisting. He co-wrote 11 of the album's 12 songs.

    Here is the Sunday Drive track listing:

    1. Where the Heart Is – Brett Eldredge, Jessie Jo Dillon, Tyler Johnson
    2. The One You Need – Brett Eldredge, Jessie Jo Dillon, Matt Rogers
    3. Magnolia – Brett Eldredge, Scooter Carusoe
    4. Crowd My Mind – Brett Eldredge, Ross Copperman
    5. Good Day – Brett Eldredge, Daniel Tashian, Ian Fitchuk
    6. Fall For Me – Brett Eldredge, Daniel Tashian, Ian Fitchuk
    7. Sunday Drive – Barry Dean, Don Mescall, Steve Robson
    8. When I Die – Brett Eldredge, Daniel Tashian, Ian Fitchuk
    9. Gabrielle – Brett Eldredge, Daniel Tashian, Ian Fitchuk
    10. Fix A Heart – Brett Eldredge, Scooter Carusoe
    11. Then You Do – Brett Eldredge, Scooter Carusoe
    12. Paris Illinois – Brett Eldredge, Daniel Tashian, Ian Fitchuk

    This song has a special way of transporting you to a simpler time and place...in the comments, take me on YOUR “Sunday Drive” growing up and how this song relates to you...I wanna read them all..after all, you’re the ones I sing this for!

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