Award-Winning Duo’s “Country In My Soul”
Photo by Ford Fairchild.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 27, 2022) – Thompson Square’s long-awaited return to country radio with “Country In My Soul” read like a lesson in the genre’s trademark loyalty: officially impacting this week, the tune was the second most added song by stations nationwide. The upbeat, country-rock ode, co-written by the latest songstress-turned-star Lainey Wilson with Daniel Ross (“Had Me at Halftime” for Morgan Wallen) and James McNair (“Lovin’ on You” for Luke Combs), “Country In My Soul” marks the husband and wife duo’s first single release since 2019’s “You Shoulda Been There” – and their first since signing with Quartz Hill Records earlier this month.
Listen to “Country In My Soul” HERE.
“Keifer and I really got back to our roots,” said Shawna of “Country in My Soul.” “We grew up, and the music reflects that for sure.”
“I write a lot of songs about us, so the subject matter is far more real than anything we’ve done in the past,” added Keifer.
First-week supporting stations include KNUC (Seattle, Wash.), WGKX (Memphis, Tenn.), WWGR (Fort Myers, Fla.), KBEQ (Kansas City, Mo.), KMDL (Lafayette, La.), KRTY (San Jose, Calif.), KSOP (Salt Lake City, Utah), KUAD (Fort Collins, Colo.), KXLY (Spokane, Wash.), WITL (Lansing, Mich.), WGNA (Albany, N.Y.), WJVC (Long Island, N.Y.), WTHT (Portland, Maine), WYRK (Buffalo, N.Y.), WKXC (Augusta, Ga.), WOKQ (Portsmouth, N.H.), WKMK (Neptune, N.J.), WXBQ (Bristol, Tenn.), WQMX (Akron, Ohio), KCYE (Las Vegas, Nev.), and WUSJ (Jackson, Miss.).
About Thompson Square:
Known for romantically charged #1 hits like “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not” and “If I Didn’t Have You,” GRAMMY® Award-nominated duo Thompson Square has celebrated several successes in their 10+ year career, including multiple award nominations and wins, top 10 tunes like “I Got You” and “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About,” and multi-platinum status. With the release of a new radio single – upbeat, country rock ode to their rural upbringings, “Country In My Soul” – Thompson Square reaffirms their penchant for rollicking anthems and wistful, uplifting balladry that fans have come to know and love.