Track45 have shared their new EP Grew Up On, exploring their memories of hometowns, heartbreak and life lessons.
The fast rising country music trio have lived a lifetime of memories as siblings and now they are sharing the memories from their upbringing.
“We recorded this collection of songs as we were saying goodbye to many relationships in our lives” explain Track45. “We always want to be honest about the highs and the lows of life and we hope you can hear that in the music. There are some breakup anthems, nostalgic retrospections and some feel good songs mixed in. It’s a journal of us celebrating the experiences and people that have made us who we are and closing the chapter on situations that weren’t right anymore.”
The six track EP features the band (Ben, Jenna and KK Johnson) reminiscing on lost live in opening song Drinkin’ and Thinkin’, reflecting on memories of their youth and traditions in the title track, and embracing breatkup anthems in Hate Me and Last Man in Tennessee. EP closer Family marks Track45’s version of the song they originally wrote for David Guetta and featured Bebe Rexha and Ty Dolla Sign.
Track45 co-wrote the majority of the songs on the EP alongside some of Nashville’s top songwriters. The band produced the EP in its entirety.