Randy Houser delays 'Magnolia' | The Music Universe

Album options new single “What Whiskey Does”

Randy Houser has delayed his new album, Magnolia. The nation singer/songwriter shared the information social media this week, explaining to followers that the mission, which was initially scheduled to drop November 2nd Stoney Creek Records, has been pushed again to January 2019.

“I’m excited to share my new album, Magnolia, with you. I’ve spent the final two years engaged on it with a very totally different inventive course of that has allowed me to concentrate on making music in a approach I haven’t been capable of prior to now. In that spirit, my group and I envisioned alternative ways to introduce this new music,” Houser shares. “While we had been hoping to have the album subsequent month, we’ve determined to maneuver the discharge to January 2019 to verify the music is shared as we initially envisioned. I couldn’t be extra proud this album and have been engaged on one thing actually particular to accompany it that I can’t wait so that you can try. Thank you to your endurance and continued help.”

Magnolia, named after Houser’s house state Mississippi, is now scheduled for January 11th. Having co-wrote each music on the mission (and enjoying lead guitar on many the songs), Houser’s fingerprints will be discovered on each inch the mission. The Magnolia State was a big affect on the homegrown, natural sound showcased all through the record-in addition to his new season life. Despite the various adjustments, Houser’s thick, commanding vocals (that earned him 4 No. 1 hits, a slew award nominations and significant acclaim), stay fixed.

Listeners obtained their first style the brand new Houser with the June launch “What Whiskey Does,” which debuted at nation radio as No. 1 Most Added and Rolling Stone instantly dubbed “a basic tears-and-twang ingesting music.” With the discharge the dramatic and self-reflective touring music, “No Stone Unturned,” followers get a deeper look into Magnolia.

Fans can get a stay preview Houser’s hotly-anticipated album on his not too long ago launched The Magnolia Tour. Fans who buy tickets to the Magnolia Tour can even obtain a replica the Magnolia album with each buy (one redemption per transaction).