Parker McCollum recently released “Speed,” the latest single from his upcoming album, Never Enough.
Already a fan-favorite at his sold-out live shows across the country, McCollum co-wrote “Speed” with Ryan Beaver.
“My song ‘Speed’ is about my obsession with living fast,” said the multi-Platinum MCA Nashville singer-songwriter. “Life is always going a hundred miles an hour and it’s important to try and be aware of that and slow things down every now and then.”
“As you get a little further along in life you start to enjoy the slow and easy life. It takes a little reflection and a little step back from everything to realize how important it is,” he added.
Never Enough, set for release on May 12, will also feature Top 10-and-climbing lead single “Handle On You,” as well as recent releases “Stoned” and “I Ain’t Going Nowhere.”
Fans can pre-order Never Enough on CD and vinyl at https://strm.to/NeverEnough, with a special signed white vinyl and signed CD exclusively available at ParkerMcCollum.com.
Earlier this week, McCollum took part in the Country Music Hall of Fame’s American Currents: State of Music exhibition unveiling, which highlights the country music landscape over the past year.
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