Scotty McCreery - "Seasons Change"


Related imageTrack listing....
1) Seasons Change - Scotty McCreery, James McNair, Tommy Cecil
2) Wherever You Are - Scotty McCreery, Frank Rogers, Dan Isbell
3) Boys From Back Home - Scotty McCreey, Dan Isbell, Jason Gantt
4) Five More Minutes - Scotty McCreery, Frank Rogers, Monty Criswell
5) In Between - Scotty McCreery, Frank Rogers, Jessi Alexander, Jonathan Singleton
6) This Is It - Scotty McCreery, Frank Rogers, Aaron Eshuis
7) Wrong Again - Scotty McCreery, Frank Rogers, Phillip White
8) Move It On Out - Scotty McCreery, Dan Isbell, Aaron Eshuis
9) Barefootin' - Scotty McCreery, Frank Rogers, David Lee Murphy
10) Still - Scotty McCreery, Aaron Eshuis
11) Home In My Mind - Scotty McCreery, James McNair, Tommy Cecil

Five years since the release of See You Tonight, March 16th marked the release of Scotty McCreery's fourth studio album Seasons Change, his first album for Triple Tigers. The album's title track opens the release with an infectious toe-tapping melody and summery feel that instantly makes you want to hear it time and time again. Overall it feels as though Seasons Change is a perfect choice to open the album, with Scotty's distinctive tone leading a track that showcases him at his strongest and sets the tone for the rest of this impressive album.

Set to shortly be released as the album's second single, This Is It has a considerably different feel to Seasons Change but is equally as strong. Scotty paints a clear, touching story through lyrics that are some of the strongest  in the whole album. An emotive song that will certainly connect with a myriad of listeners, it feels as though This Is It's production offers a dynamic backdrop to the ebb and flow of the track, fitting well alongside the lyrics and combining with Scotty's impressive vocal performance to create a distinctly notable song.

Opening with one of my favourite instrumentals of the album, Move It On Out could arguably be dismissed as being a little lyrically shallow but in this instance it simply feels like a really strong feel-ggod track that actually fits alongside the rest of the album really well. A song that urges you to turn the volume up and grounded by a very memorable chorus I imagine Move It On Out will be a very popular addition to the album and to a live set.


Arguably one of the strongest albums so far this year, Seasons Change offers a striking insight to Scotty McCreery as an artist. Full of compelling songs, touching lyrics and impressive instrumentalisation and lead by an artist who sounds completely comfortable in each track and delivers a commanding vocal performance, Seasons Change is certainly an album I will be returning to regularly and I would urge everyone to have a listen. 

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