Justin Moore Readies Most Traditional-Sounding Album to Date, “Late Nights & Longnecks”

Justin Moore revealed he will release his upcoming fifth studio album, Late Night and Longnecks, on April 26. Justin co-wrote every track on the 10-song offering, which also features songwriters Casey Beathard, David Lee Murphy, Paul DiGiovanni, Rhett Akins, Jeremy Stover and more.

With backing from guitar virtuoso Brent Mason and pedal steel icon Paul Franklin, Late Night and Longnecks promises to be Justin’s most traditional-sounding album to date.

“I’ve never worked with those guys [Mason and Franklin] before, but they’ve played on some of my favorite albums of all time,” says Justin. “We thought it would be really cool to bring them in and record the whole thing at The Castle, this historic studio just south of Nashville where a lot of those legendary hit records were made.”

The album’s lead single, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” is currently No. 39 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart after 17 weeks.

Late Nights and Longnecks Track List & Songwriters
1. “Why We Drink” | Justin Moore, Casey Beathard, David Lee Murphy, Jeremy Stover
2. “That’s My Boy” | Justin Moore, Casey Beathard, Jeremy Stover
3. “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” | Justin Moore, Paul DiGiovanni, Chase McGill, Jeremy Stover
4. “Jesus And Jack Daniels” | Justin Moore, Paul DiGiovanni, Chase McGill, Jeremy Stover
5. “Airport Bar” | Justin Moore, Casey Beathard, Paul DiGiovanni, Jeremy Stover
6. “Small Town Street Cred” | Justin Moore, Paul DiGiovanni, Chase McGill, Jeremy Stover
7. “Never Gonna Drink Again” | Justin Moore, Rhett Akins, Paul DiGiovanni, Jeremy Stover
8. “On The Rocks” | Justin Moore, Paul DiGiovanni, Chase McGill, Jeremy Stover
9. “Someday I Gotta Quit” | Justin Moore, Casey Beathard, Paul DiGiovanni, Jeremy Stover
10. “Good Times Don’t” | Justin Moore, Paul DiGiovanni, Chase McGill, Jeremy Stover

photo by Jason Simanek

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