Kip Moore has announced that his new single from his sophomore album will be titled, “Young Love.” The ballad was co-written by Westin Davis and Dan Couch, about a love so strong that nothing else in the world really matters, is sure to be a hit. The song takes you back in time to a place where you are eighteen again and in love for the first time. Moore’s voice is purely magic and his emotion is endless. You really hear him connect to the song when he sings. Moore has a voice that’s unique and one of a kind. A cross between Bruce Springsteen and Bob Seger, with some Georgia attitude equals Kip Moore.
With lyrics such as, “It was written in the stars two young wild at hearts, would sneak out late into the night,” you really hang on to every word waiting to hear how the song will end. The flow of the song is catchy and the lyrics paint the perfect picture. Fans can preview the song by visiting his website kipmoore.net and using #younglove to unlock it.
Moore’s sophomore album will be released in early 2014 and he claims it’s opposite from his current album, Up All Night. You can also catch Kip on the Take Me Downtown Tour with Lady Antebellum starting in January.
Author: Brittany Vance
Southern WV born and bred who is a lover of all things country. She’s a mother of two and professional hell raiser. Brittany will pop in from time to time as a Guest Columnist who will present her unfiltered thoughts on the most recent country concerts and maybe an exclusive interview or two.