Eric Church Drops Two New Tracks From Upcoming Triple Album

Eric Church released two new tracks, “Lynyrd Skynyrd Jones” and “Lone Wolf,” from his upcoming triple album, Heart & Soul, on Friday (February 5).

Church co-wrote “Lynyrd Skynyrd Jones” with Case Beathard, and wrote “Lone Wolf” with Jeff Hyde and Ryan Tyndell.

“Lynyrd Skynyrd Jones / Hailed from Gadsden, Alabama / Born to carry on / Who his mama was a fan of / Don’t ask me no questions / And I won’t tell you no lies / That’s what she always told him / Right up till the day she died,” Church sings in the chorus of “Lynyrd Skynyrd Jones.”

“Now this lone wolf is done runnin’ down the moon / In the daylight dark of the night this heart is howlin’ for you / Yeah, this lone wolf ain’t lonely anymore / ‘Cause you weren’t afraid to reach out and save a lone wolf at your door,” sings Church in the “Lone Wolf” chorus.

Jay Joyce and backing vocalist Joanna Cotten are among the executive producers of the 24-track Heart & Soul album, which features an elite list of songwriters who joined Church on his songwriting marathon and recording sessions.

Heart & Soul is Church’s first new record since 2018’s Desperate Man.

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