Parker McCollum is sharing a style of his forthcoming album Never Enough with a brand new track, “Velocity,” launched on Friday (March 10). With sturdy nation instrumentation and a driving rhythm, McCollum sings of the joy of a fast-paced way of life within the tune.
McCollum wrote “Velocity” with Ryan Beaver, and the track characterizes the open-road feeling of being younger and setting out on the highway in the hunt for a dream. As he begins the semi-autobiographical tune, he appears to be like again on being a younger man “simply out of Conroe” (his hometown in Texas) and “lookin’ for somethin’ a bit bit louder.” The lyrics do not give a lot sense of a plan — aside from taking a love curiosity alongside for the trip within the second verse — however wherever this track’s character goes, he desires to get there quick.
The refrain will get throughout the free-spirited message: “Hammer down, by no means stickin’ round, head more durable than a tree / Foot on the fuel, by no means lookin’ again and all the time prepared to depart / I keep in mind shakin’ my head when my outdated man informed me / ‘Boy, one in every of today, you will not all the time be hung up on pace.'”
McCollum says the track comes from his personal “obsession” with a fast-paced way of life, and it serves a reminder to him to decelerate.
“My track ‘Velocity’ is about my obsession with dwelling quick,” he says of the track. “Life is all the time going 100 miles an hour and it’s necessary to try to concentrate on that and gradual issues down once in a while. As you get a bit additional alongside in life you begin to benefit from the gradual and straightforward life. It takes a bit reflection and a bit step again from all the pieces to appreciate how necessary it’s.”
McCollum introduced information of his sophomore major-label album on Feb. 16. The mission will function 15 tracks, together with his present single, “Deal with on You.” The singer launched two different tracks — “Stoned” and “I Ain’t Going Nowhere” — which will even be included on the album. By no means Sufficient drops Might twelfth on MCA Nashville.