Parker McCollum released a new song today (3/10) from his forthcoming studio album, Never Enough. The new song is called “Speed.”
Parker said of the song in a statement, “My song ‘Speed’ is about my obsession with living fast. Life is always going a hundred miles an hour, and it’s important to try and be aware of that and slow things down every now and then.”
He adds, “As you get a little further along in life, you start to enjoy the slow and easy life. It takes a little reflection and a little step back from everything to realize how important it is.”
Never Enough will be released everywhere on May 12, 2023, and will also feature the lead single “Handle On You,” as well as recent releases “Stoned” and “I Ain’t Going Nowhere.” Fans can pre-order Never Enough on CD and vinyl, with a special signed white vinyl and signed CD exclusively available at ParkerMcCollum.com.
Earlier this week, McCollum participated in the Country Music Hall of Fame’s American Currents: State of Music exhibition. The exhibit highlighted the country music landscape over the past year. The exhibit explores musical developments, artist achievements, and notable events determined by the Museum’s curators and editorial staff.
Featured artists of the exhibit include McCollum, Wynonna Judd, Elvis Presley, Luke Combs, HARDY, Miranda Lambert, Lainey Wilson, Jordan Davis, and more. It is open to the public now through February 2024.
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