Transcript for Old Dominion shares story behind dropping unreleased music
Definitely in large part due quarantining. We never planned on releasing those songs we've kind of forgotten about really. Honestly I just via through courts any kind of forces your brain to think outside the box little bit. Try to find some ways you know keep your fans entertain them and stay connected and and those songs were just sitting there and I'm glad we did and it's fun. Song that I wrote with. Shane Mack morality is justice treasure and arms threat that we all connected. Immediately and deeply to that song in the methods it. Of change and wanting to be better and you know reaching a turning point life but then even more pass that that the videos that's really. Sort of helped us take it to another level with our forensics it's not been at work that he does with recovering addicts. And cleaning them up on the street give him a free haircuts and breach shaven and talking to them about turning their lives around. It really was the perfect marriage of our music and someone actually putting. You know that those desires to change into action. People can't wait to get us concerts we can't plan I think. People can't wait to just get out there there's nothing like being there seeing it in person there's nothing went through this it is there's really no substitute. We're at the live shows are that's our that's our direct line you know that's that that's how we can feel every. Night that this is working thesis at home for too long kind of start to forget that what we go out on stage every night. Our music is here to our music is in this town and in this town. In this country and you know you get that feedback and it fills you up. We are missing that there.
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