“Love, heartbreak, nostalgia, and a little beer-drinking honky tonk good time.”
Drew Parker has finally released new music, dropping his highly anticipated EP titled “At The End Of The Dirt Road” earlier today. “At The End Of The Dirt Road” is Parker’s first major label release since signing with Warner Music Nashville in 2021, and is the first multi-song project we’ve seen since his 2020 EP, “While You’re Gone.”
In a recent press release, Drew Parker spoke of his excitement for the new EP, and reflected on his growth in the three years spent working on this music. “I’m excited to finally let everyone see the dad, husband and artist I’ve matured into over the last three years since my last EP release,” Parker said. He described “At The End Of The Dirt Road” as truly having a little bit of everything – “love, heartbreak, nostalgia, and a little beer-drinking honky tonk good time.”
The Georgia-native shared an Instagram post following the release of his EP, accompanied by what might be the most genuine caption I’ve ever seen:
“This project is for you, your hometown, the person you love, and the will to be a better person. I couldn’t be more proud of a project. Thanks to every person who made this possible. The fans, the songwriters, producers, musicians, my team, my family and every one in between. Thank you so much for allowing me to make a piece of art that tells my story. I hope you love it as much as I do! I’ll see y’all soon at the end of the dirt road. From the bottom of my heart. – Drew
Drew Parker was not wrong in saying “At The End Of The Dirt Road” has “a little bit of everything.” There’s a lot of variety, and several potential No. 1s. The EP features already-released tracks “At The End Of The Dirt Road,” “Middle Of Nowhere Class,” and “King Of Country Music,” along with three brand new songs including “I’ll Love You Longer” – a recent fan-favorite, thanks to social media.
All in all, the EP is an easy “10.”
Catch Drew Parker in Nashville June 9th at CMA Fest, and listen To “At The End Of The Dirt Road” Here: