Video Reveals Morgan Wallen’s Unreleased Music With Fellow Country Stars


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A video shared Wednesday on social media showed Morgan Wallen performing an unreleased song alongside friends and fellow country music artists Hardy and Ernest.

Wallen might just have another record-breaker on his hands with this beautiful new broken love song, shared on social media by CountryCast. Sitting next to his buddies and bandmates, the men harmonize over something of a ballad about a potentially toxic relationship.

“The proof is telling me lies, lies, lies / look into my eyes, eyes, eyes / I’m still a fool for you / nothing I wouldn’t do for you,” they sing. The lyrics almost make this publicly untitled track sound like a follow up to “Last Night,” Wallen’s record-breaking single from his ultra-successful “One Thing At A Time” album.

If Wallen and his love half-broke up during “Last Night,” she’s gone for good in this track, and Wallen hasn’t come to terms with it.


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The acoustic set was originally shared by an iHeartCountry program director’s Instagram stories and it’s unclear where it was taken. Taste of Country reported the video was snapped in Nashville in front of an “intimate crowd,” something Wallen is known to do with new music.


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The group also performed “More Than My Hometown,” one of Wallen’s classics from his “Dangerous: The Double Album,” which everyone seemed to enjoy! (RELATED: Morgan Wallen Reveals ‘This Bar & Tennessee Kitchen’ In Nashville, His Latest Business Venture)

I guess we’ll have to wait to see when Wallen and the lads will get around to releasing the new track. He already teased a couple of others from a potential new album, one of which features a brilliant collaboration with Post Malone. Wallen deleted the track off his social media shortly after posting, but there are copies floating around YouTube so you can jam out to those while we wait and pray for the full version.