Kip Moore Says He’s “Close To Putting All This Chopped Wood On The Fire” For Next Album

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New music from Kip Moore soon?

Say LESS.

He took to Instagram to give fans an update on what he’s been working on, as we really haven’t heard much in the way of news from him since he announced a tour and put out a single months ago.

He also posted a photo saying he was working on something with Ashley McBryde recently, and it seems as though we’re getting pretty close to finding out exactly what that “something” is:

“Been quiet but…close to putting all this chopped wood on the fire.

Appreciate the fan base that’s continued to stick with us and give me the freedom to keep stretching. Cheers.”

If that ain’t the most Kip Moore way to say new music is coming soon, I really don’t know what is.

And, I’ve been wondering lately when we’d get some sort of news on the music front from him (more like desperately waiting, actually).

The photo was actually a repost from fellow musician Kenton Bryant, who shared the original picture of Kip yesterday in the studio working on something with the great (and supremely underrated) Charlie Worsham, saying:

“Kip Moore, Welcome To 1979, Charlie Worsham today… This is going to blow y’all’s mind.”

To say I’m excited now would be a massive understatement.

With Kip also gearing up for his “How High Tour” that’s set to kick off next week in Kentucky, I think it seems like the perfect time to announce, or just release, said project… let’s all say a quick prayer that some of those fantastic underground songs made the cut, too.

Produced by Eric Church’s longtime producer Jay Joyce, Kip released the first, rockin’ single from this upcoming project, “Good Life,”, way back in May.

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