Member for

1 year 11 months
Birthdate
Country
United States
Yes! I Want to discover more artists like [ARTIST NAME].
No
Submitted by Grace.Valladares on
Body

Randall King’s 18-track sophomore album Into The Neon – due Jan. 26 via Warner Music Nashville – takes listeners inside one man’s story of finding love and losing it, with songs made for slow dancing under the starry night sky or two-stepping at a local honky tonk. With the latest taste of new music off the upcoming project, “Coulda Been Love,” out today, King grapples with regret over the girl that got away and love that could have been.

Listen to “Coulda Been Love” HERE and pre-order Into The Neon HERE.

“Heartbreak and Honkytonk. Turn up the dial and pour ya a drink, you're gonna need one,” remarks King. Written by Jake Worthington, Kim Penz and Roger Springer, “Coulda Been Love” is an up-tempo toe-tapper, as the narrator retrospectively ponders his decision to turn down a dance with a girl and realizes perhaps it could have led to more.

What was I thinkin’ sayin’ I don’t dance girl

Let her walk away and it coulda been love

Bet you right now she’d be lightin’ up my world

What was I thinkin’ it coulda been love

Co-produced by King alongside Jared ConradInto The Neon incorporates a unique blend of the influences from icons and modern masters alike who have inspired King’s sound; inclusive of the timeless ‘80s country twang of George Strait and Keith Whitley, and the blood pumping, Y2K-era rhythms of Dierks Bentley and Gary Allan.

Inspired by the countless nights spent strumming his guitar under the expansive skies in the plains of West Texas where he grew up – and by his current road warrior diet which finds him revitalizing Country’s neo-traditional sound under the neon signs of nearly 150 honky tonks he performs in across the country each year – King ushers people Into The Neon on Jan. 26, 2024.

It’s a place where rowdy roughnecking, romantic tenderness and breathtaking emotion are all welcome; an ode to nature and the humble establishments that have nurtured country music’s blue collar roots since its foundation. It’s these very places that have nurtured King’s love for music and wide open spaces, too.

For more information and to follow along with updates, visit RandallKingMusic.com or follow @RandallKingBand across all social platforms.

Blog date
RANDALL KING GRAPPLES W/ REGRET IN LATEST TASTE OF 18-TRACK SOPHOMORE ALBUM, INTO THE NEON, DUE JAN. 26     LISTEN NOW: “COULDA BEEN LOVE”
RANDALL KING GRAPPLES W/ REGRET IN LATEST TASTE OF 18-TRACK SOPHOMORE ALBUM, INTO THE NEON, DUE JAN. 26 LISTEN NOW: “COULDA BEEN LOVE”

Randall King’s 18-track sophomore album Into The Neon – due Jan. 26 via Warner Music Nashville – takes listeners inside one man’s story of finding love and losing it, with songs made for slow dancing under the starry night sky or two-stepping at a local honky tonk. With the latest taste of new music off the upcoming project, “Coulda Been Love,” out today, King grapples with regret over the girl that got away and love that could have been.

Listen to “Coulda Been Love” HERE and pre-order Into The Neon HERE.

“Heartbreak and Honkytonk. Turn up the dial and pour ya a drink, you're gonna need one,” remarks King. Written by Jake Worthington, Kim Penz and Roger Springer, “Coulda Been Love” is an up-tempo toe-tapper, as the narrator retrospectively ponders his decision to turn down a dance with a girl and realizes perhaps it could have led to more.

What was I thinkin’ sayin’ I don’t dance girl

Let her walk away and it coulda been love

Bet you right now she’d be lightin’ up my world

What was I thinkin’ it coulda been love

Co-produced by King alongside Jared ConradInto The Neon incorporates a unique blend of the influences from icons and modern masters alike who have inspired King’s sound; inclusive of the timeless ‘80s country twang of George Strait and Keith Whitley, and the blood pumping, Y2K-era rhythms of Dierks Bentley and Gary Allan.

Inspired by the countless nights spent strumming his guitar under the expansive skies in the plains of West Texas where he grew up – and by his current road warrior diet which finds him revitalizing Country’s neo-traditional sound under the neon signs of nearly 150 honky tonks he performs in across the country each year – King ushers people Into The Neon on Jan. 26, 2024.

It’s a place where rowdy roughnecking, romantic tenderness and breathtaking emotion are all welcome; an ode to nature and the humble establishments that have nurtured country music’s blue collar roots since its foundation. It’s these very places that have nurtured King’s love for music and wide open spaces, too.

For more information and to follow along with updates, visit RandallKingMusic.com or follow @RandallKingBand across all social platforms.

x

Subscribe to
WMN’s e-mail list
for
latest
updates, tour
announcements,

new music
and more.

terms

By submitting my information, I agree to receive personalized updates and marketing messages about Warner Music Nashville, based on my information, interests, activities, website visits and device data and in accordance with the Privacy Policy. I understand that I can opt-out at any time by emailing privacypolicy@wmg.com.

Thank you!
Thank you for subscribing. For customized updates, enter zipcode and birthday
Subscribe to additional WMN artists below (optional):
terms

By submitting my information, I agree to receive personalized updates and marketing messages about Warner Music Nashville based on my information, interests, activities, website visits and device data and in accordance with the Privacy Policy. In addition, if I have checked the box above, I agree to receive such updates and messages about similar artists, products and offers. I understand that I can opt-out from messages at any time by emailing privacypolicy@wmg.com.