Jonathan Peyton Provides Another Sneak Peek At Highly-Anticipated Upcoming Album With New Single “Since You’ve Been Gone”

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Jonathan Peyton has stories to tell, and he’s just waiting for the right time to do so.

Luckily for us, that time should be coming before too long, as Peyton has been grinding in the studio with Jason Isbell’s The 400 Unit guitarist, Sadler Vaden.

An emerging powerhouse of a producer, the short but distinct list of albums Vaden has produced in his nascent career in the studio is pretty spectacular. With both Morgan Wade’s breakthrough record Reckless and Drayton Farley’s recent Twenty on High under his belt, Peyton’s upcoming debut record, whenever it drops, is sure to enhance the list

A Woodstock, GA native known for his honest lyrics, raw sound and breathtaking harmonies with his wife Abigail, Jonathan Peyton has provided a couple of sneak peeks into the upcoming record, including his latest single “Since You’ve Been Gone.”

With a hard driving rhythm and harder-cutting lyrics, Peyton draws on detailed imagery to paint a brutal picture of love and loss for the listener with “Since You’ve Been Gone.”

And if you’re a sucker for sad songs like myself, you’re going to love this one. So go ahead and check out Peyton’s latest single here:

“Daddy’s been drinking, it helps numb his thinking
You know he’s been sinking since you’ve been gone
Well mama’s sleeping in, coming out of work again
Hanging up on all her friends, since you’ve been gone
When I awoke from a nightmare without you there
I never told you how much I cared

But since you’ve been gone things aren’t the same
We’re wearing rain boots on a sunny day
There’s a dark cloud in our eyes that won’t go away
Since you’ve been gone”

“Since You’ve Been Gone” comes as Peyton’s second single thus far in 2023, and presumably the second single off the upcoming album, following the release of “Denial” in January. And if you haven’t heard that one yet either, let me put you on.

Peyton has found some much deserved and long overdue fame thanks to country music’s newest superstar Zach Bryan, who invited Peyton to participate in his Belting Bronco YouTube series back during the pandemic.

Since then, Bryan has taken Peyton out on the road with him on several occasions, including the iconic Red Rocks show this past November. If you all remember that one, where Zach recorded the live record All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live from Red Rocks), you may recall how Peyton and Charles Wesley Godwin didn’t actually get to play their sets due to inclement weather.

But in an effort to make the most out of the situation, Peyton played a legendary impromptu parking lot set, and his performance of “Denial” there was one for the ages.

With a solid run of shows on the schedule for this summer, Peyton will fortunately get another go at Red Rocks, and play plenty of other incredible shows. Check out his summer tour dates, and keep on listening to “Since You’ve Been Gone.”

Jonathan Peyton Summer 2023 Tour

June 8th – Pineville, KY – The Bell Theatre – Laurel Cove Festival Pre Party
June 26th – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre (supporting Zach Bryan)
June 27th – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre (supporting Zach Bryan)
June 28th – Denver, CO – Globe Hall w/special guest Stone Mendez
July 8th – Nashville, TN – The Basement w/special guest Wade Sapp
August 5th – Woodstock, GA – Woodstock Arts (supporting Penny & Sparrow)
August 26th – Harrisburg, PA – Harrisburg University at Riverfront Park (supporting The Head & the Heart)
September 23rd – Scottsburg, IN – The Ross Theater (supporting Nicholas Jamerson)

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