Coming-of-age ballad will be featured on forthcoming debut album
Big Loud Records Larry Fleet opens up with his vulnerable new track “Heart On My Sleeve,” the fourth track released previewing soon-to-drop album Stack of Records. Written by Fleet alongside Will Bundy and Jeff Hyde, this latest offering streams uplifting honesty about what it’s like to start a family or truly give yourself to someone, whether that be a partner, child or even a friend. Exclusively premiering this week on BBC Radio 2’s elite The Country Show with Bob Harris, “Heart On My Sleeve” is available everywhere now.
“I wrote this about my younger days, when I was just running wild,” shares Fleet, “and how it’s led me to the point I’m now at in my life, where my marriage and family matters more than anything else.”
Fleet made his Grand Ole Opry debut last night (Fri, Sept 17th). A Tennessee native and a week shy of the release of his first full length project, Stack of Records, the milestone debut could not have come at a better time. Marking one career highlight while prepping for the next, Fleet will perform music off his new album on the legendary stage.
Arriving September 24th and produced by Joey Moi, the new album includes 14 tracks in total – all of which were co-written by Fleet himself – and features star-studded collaborations with Jon Pardi, Jamey Johnson and Bryan Sutton. Teasing the anticipated LP, Fleet has released the all-American “Lifetime Guarantee,” the grooving title track along with romantic blast of rural R&B, “Different Shade of Red,” and the spiritually charged country soul, “Where I Find God.” Released in early 2020, “Where I Find God” has already racked up more than 32 million on-demand streams, while its official video has been viewed nearly 19 million times on YouTube.