Right on the heels of today’s release of “Religiously,” Bailey Zimmerman took to Instagram to announce his full-length debut album coming May 12th.
In less than 2.5 years, breakout country star Bailey Zimmerman has seen an insane amount of success. He’s racked up over a billion streams on Spotify and already has two Platinum singles, “Fall in Love” and “Rock And A Hard Place.” Additionally, he was named as Billboard’s #4 “Top New Artist Overall” and declared one of the “Top New Country Artists” of 2022, coming in hot to snag second on the list, outranked only by Zach Bryan. He released his first major project, 6-song EP “Leave the Light On,” back in October and has gained a ton of momentum since then, so it’s no surprise to learn he’s had something bigger in the works.
“None of this is possible without all of y’all out there supporting me,” Zimmerman wrote on Instagram Friday morning, as he shared the announcement with his fans.
Overall, I’d say things are lookin’ good for Bailey Zimmerman. I wouldn’t be shocked at all if he follows in the footsteps of record-smashing Morgan Wallen, who he’s been open about looking up to as he navigates his newfound fame. The pair are currently on the road for Wallen’s “One Night At A Time” Tour, which kicked off in New Zealand earlier this week.
Stream “Religiously” now, and pre-save “Religiously – The Album,” available May 12th.