Ernest Releases New Performance Video Of “Miss That Girl,” The Fourth From ‘Salvage Sessions’ Series

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Ernest has some great new music coming our way next Friday.

The deluxe edition of his 2022 sophomore record, it’s officially titled Flower Shops (The Album): Two Dozen Roses and is one that I’m really looking forward to listening to from top to bottom.

The tracklist will feature 24 songs in total, with Ernest being a co-writer on each one, and you might recognize his name from co-write’s on songs like Morgan Wallen’s #1 hit “Wasted On You,” and “Dangerous,” from his incredibly successful 2021 Dangerous: The Double Album.

And in the lead up to release day, he’s been putting out some great acoustic live performance videos as part of his Salvage Sessions series straight from the junkyard, with songs including “Songs We Used To Sing,” “Comfortable When I’m Crazy” and “Feet Wanna Run.”

And today, he dropped the fourth installment of it with “Miss That Girl” (one of the new ones), which has an almost nursery rhyme-like production and cadence to it as he sings about a break up and how he’s trying to move on in the studio cut.

Ernest has his band out there in the junkyard with him too, and while he’s not playing guitar here like in the other ones, it’s fun to hear the song without the regular studio production in a setting like this:

A few days ago, Ernest gave a little more insight into what the project means to him, saying most of it is “an ode to the stuff I loved growing up,” so it’s definitely one to pay attention to and download come next week:

And personally, I’m really pumped to hear that Dean Dillon feature:


“Miss That Girl”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock