We’re only two weeks away from the release of Kip Moore’s 4th studio album, Wild World, and with each new song, the hunger only grows.
We’ve been the hearing acoustic version of “Red White Blue Jean American Dream” for a while now, but after hearing the studio version with the full band, it takes on an entirely new personality. More tempo, more energy, bit of that Tom Petty vibe… it just hits different.
Kip recently explained in one of his livestreams how some songs translate well to acoustic performances and some don’t. Usually you hear the full band first and then maybe it gets stripped down later, but in the age of quarantine, it’s been the opposite. We’re hearing artists debut songs acoustically and then getting the studio version after the fact. I’m digging it.