If you’re not listening to the new Kolby Cooper at maximum volume, you’re doing it wrong.
He just released “Kill Me,” a super rockin’, upbeat song co-written by Kolby along with Michael Whitworth and producer Andrew Baylis.
Of the new track, Kolby says it encapsulates a sound he’s been working towards for quite a while now, adding it’s one of his favorite songs he’s ever made:
“Kill Me is the beginning of the next chapter of what we’re doing. It’s the sound we’ve been working for since I was 18.
So to have one of my favorite songs I’ve ever been a part of creating being so close to coming out I’m shaking. I can’t wait for everyone to hear how hard we’ve worked!”
He added that, at it’s core, “Kill Me” is about balance and the struggle that comes along with chasing a cheap thrill:
“‘Kill Me’ is a song about addiction – love, drugs, or life in general. Everyone is out here chasing a cheap thrill and that’s what this song is about. The struggle to keep it all balanced.”
The production is perfect, and definitely has a rock edge to it that, coupled with the catchy melody, makes it a standout and honestly, one of my favorite songs he’s ever released too.
Turn it up:
Last August, Kolby released his major label debut studio album Boy From Anderson County To The Moon, and has been hinting that even more new tunes are likely coming soon, sharing some photos from the studio a few months back.