Zach Bryan is a gift to country music that keeps on giving.
The military veteran turned hitmaker jumped on social media Wednesday (Sept. 21) evening to give fans a cryptic update on his forthcoming album.
The “Oklahoma Smokeshow” singer is known to be hyperactive on Twitter, making his nonchalant tweet containing a soft launch date not surprising. An avid fan asked Bryan when his unreleased track “Deep Satin” would be available to the public.
The promising new artist did not disregard the request, instead he gave more information than was expected.
“Real talk, when is Deep Satin coming out?” said the follower. “Next album brother! Around February!” Bryan replied.
The simple response left country music fanatics in a tizzy. While many encouraged Bryan to release the collection sooner than later, others expressed their overwhelming excitement.
“What if we triple dog dared you to release it tonight,” said a hopeful follower. “Another album in February. You’re a beast, man,” said another, referring to his whopping 34-song record “American Heartbreak.”
Bryan’s debut project became the most-streamed single-day country release in 2022 on Apple Music and Spotify. “Something In The Orange” and “From Austin” also scored No.1 on Billboard’s Country Songwriter chart upon release. The critically acclaimed tracklist also includes “If She Wants A Cowboy,” “Morning Time,” “This Road I Know,” and more. Nearly three weeks after the release in May – the savvy songwriter released “Twenty So,” a melancholy melody that lives on his 9-track EP “Summertime Blues.” Most recently, Bryan dropped “Burn, Burn, Burn.”
The promising new artist has not shared any additional information about the album, but confirmed that “Deep Satin” will be released as a single and fans won’t have to wait until the winter.
“It’ll be a single on it so you won’t have to!!” he clarified.
Byran previously teased “Deep Satin” live at a show in Franklin, Tennessee, on the anniversary of 9/11. In true Bryan fashion, the potential hit includes traditional country elements like the fiddle, acoustic guitar, drums, and his distinctive raspy vocals.