By Anthony Donatelli

Have you been keeping up with all of the new country music that has been released lately? If not, don’t sweat it! We’ve got you covered.

Here are some of the best new tunes that you should be downloading right now, in no particular order:

Jason Aldean – “I Won’t Back Down” (Tom Petty Cover)
Aldean released his version of Tom Petty’s 1989 hit from Saturday Night Live to benefit the victims of the tragic shooting at the Route 91 festival in Las Vegas.

Chris Stapleton – “Millionaire”
The soulful, slow-burning cover of Kevin Welch’s 2001 song is heavy with emotion, and features vocals from Stapleton’s wife, Morgane.

Darius Rucker – “Straight To Hell (Featuring Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Charles Kelley”
Rucker says he always wanted to cut this song from the time he first heard it in the 80s, and thought more people should know the Drivin’ and Cryin’ tune.

Kelsea Ballerini – “Miss Me More”
The poppy, and very personal, tune addresses what happened after Ballerini ended a relationship and rediscovered her independence and self-empowerment.

Faith Hill & Tim McGraw – “Break First”
A passionate ballad that revolves around a couple having hardships, this song showcases the beautiful harmonies of McGraw and Hill throughout the track.

Chris Young – “Where I Go When I Drink”
Young’s new piano ballad displays his insanely strong vocals and will constantly tug on your heartstrings.

Morgan Wallen – “Up Down” (Featuring Florida Georgia Line)
Summertime is in the rearview mirror for many of us, except for Wallen. He teams up with FGL for this song about lazy weekends and wild, hazy nights.

Granger Smith – “When the Good Guys Win”
A fun, upbeat song that will put a smile on your face because, well, the good guys win! You’ll have this catchy chorus stuck in your head for a while.

Danielle Bradbery – “Potential”
In this simple and sophisticated tune, Bradbery shares a more emotional and somber side that many of her fans have yet to see.

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