Levi Hummon Drops Energetic New Single, “Drop Of Us” [Exclusive Premiere: Listen]

Levi Hummon Drops Energetic New Single, “Drop Of Us” [Exclusive Premiere: Listen]

After releasing his six-song EP, Patient, in October 2018, Levi Hummon, 28, roared into 2019 with a spot on Hunter Hayes’ Closer to You Tour and a new single, “Night Lights,” which was featured on Spotify’s Hot Country Playlist.

Now, the Nashville native—and son of heavyweight songwriter Marcus Hummon (“Cowboy Take Me Away,” “Bless the Broken Road”)—is keeping his creative juices flowing with the release of a new single, “Drop of Us,” which he co-penned with Eric Arjes and Jimmy Robbins.

“I knew the second we started playing ‘Drop of Us’ live that it was a special song,” says Levi to NCD. “You could feel the energy change in the room and watch fans singalong by the third chorus. I can’t wait for this song to be out in the world—and take it on the road this summer and fall.”

Levi will hit the road this summer for a number of dates, including the Faster Horses Festival and the Boots & Hearts Festival.

Below, check out the exclusive premiere of “Drop of Us,” which will be available on July 12.

photo by Curtis Hilbun, AFF-USA.com

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