Zach Bryan Drops New Single “Fifth Of May,” Releases “The Greatest Day Of My Life” On Streaming Platforms

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Trevor Pavlik

Zach Bryan does not miss.

The man has had himself quite an eventful year.

Besides getting snubbed by the CMA Awards (which he doesn’t care about anyway), the man has been setting records with his American Heartbreak album, while also rounding out his 2022 headlining tour, which has seen some wild times.

I mean seriously, the guy played his show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado in an absolute blizzard, and this past Saturday, closed out the second night of the Greenville Country Music Fest in Greenville, SC in the pouring rain, playing one of the best performances of “Revival” I’ve ever seen.

And although he’s nearing the end of his eventful 2022, he’s continuing to prove that he’s a man of the people.

And why, you may ask?

Because he just dropped new singles for his fans: “Fifth of May” and “The Greatest Day of My Life” (which he had released a couple of days ago but finally dropped on streaming at the request of his fans).

Now we know a thing about Zach Bryan’s music, and it’ll either have you in the best mood possible, or have you crying in your beer in the corner of a bar, while also teaching you life lessons and reminding you of the good times, and these two songs perfectly exemplify those days that you always love to rewind to, instantly putting you in a good mood.

Check ’em out:

“Fifth of May”

“The Greatest Day of My Life”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock