CMT Roundup: New Music From The War & Treaty, Anne Wilson with Jordan Davis, Brothers Osborne and more

Hear the newest songs in country music on CMT's Roundup playlist.

Country singers are dropping new songs like Easter eggs this week. Hear fresh music from The War & Treaty, Anne Wilson with Jordan Davis, Brothers Osborne, Kenny Chesney, Chris Young, Kane Brown and more on CMT's Roundup playlist.

Anne Wilson and Jordan Davis, “Country Gold”: “I am so excited about my new song ‘Country Gold’ with Jordan Davis,” shares Wilson. “I’m a huge fan of Jordan’s music, and I'm honored to have him join me. This song is all about roots and remembering where the good stuff in life really is. I love the line that says, ‘the richest people that I’ve ever known struck country gold,’ and I hope you do too. I can’t wait for everyone to hear it!”

Zac Brown Band, “Tie Up”: “There’s a little spot on Lake Lanier called ‘Cocktail Cove’ that we actually mention in the song. Growing up fishing and being on that lake was a big part of my childhood,” Zac Brown explains. “We wanted to give our fans the ultimate summer jam and are looking forward to playing it on the road.”

The War & Treaty, “Stealing a Kiss”: “This song feels like a shot of red bull after an 8-hour shift with two more to go,” says Michael Trotter. “Tanya and I are super excited to deliver this envelope of country soul to our world.”

Abby Anderson, “Bright Side of Blue”: “I’ve had some low lows in my life. Moments I wouldn’t care to re-live but very thankful for because it taught me there’s always a smile. Always a reason to keep going,” said Abby. “It’s now a skill and practice I take with me everywhere I go and in everything I do. You can knock me off my feet and put me in the bluest of blues, but I’ll always find a way to get to the bright side of it.”

Cassadee Pope, “Eye Contact:” “I wanted to write a song about the lasting effects a liar has on someone else. Sometimes the very thought of maintaining eye contact with someone after being betrayed can feel impossible. I wanted to complement the lyric with a heavy approach sonically, and I feel like that really gets the frustration across.”

Maggie Rose, “Fake Flowers”: “On this song, I let myself be angry. That was liberating. I wasn't softening the edges of my feelings for anyone or worrying about how it would land. The lyrics have some piss and vinegar, and women aren't always encouraged to put that on full display. But I didn't want to conform to that, anger has its time and place and you can't let it go if you keep suppressing it. I wrote it with Chuck Harmony and Claude Kelly, who are spectacular artists and songwriters. They helped me dig in deep…I think that range of emotion in the song is one of the reasons it has been going over so well in the live setting; people like to see someone let it all out.”

 Albums and EPs out today:

Brothers Osborne, “Break Mine”: “This one is for the fans. Every time we release an album, our fans are asking for more music, faster. We heard that, and held some special songs back from our last project so we could release them now. We also wanted to include a couple of the tracks from Brothers Osborne that we thought deserved some more of the spotlight. We can’t wait to play these songs on the road for you all this spring.”

The Frontmen, “The Frontmen”: "It's super cool to release brand new Frontmen music as a full album," says Larry Stewart. "I'm so excited about this music, these songs and how this project represents the three of us so perfectly. Mickey Jack Cones did a magical job capturing Richie, Tim and myself from top to bottom. I can’t wait for the world to hear it, and I couldn’t be more proud!"

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