Ryan Hurd debuts ‘Every Other Memory’

New single available digitally

RCA Nashville star Ryan Hurd has released his brand new single “Every Other Memory” to all streaming platforms and digital retailers.

“‘Every Other Memory’ just feels like such a nostalgic track,” states Hurd. “It’s so cool because it feels like each line in the song is almost like an emoji. It’s a feeling and it’s a picture that you can just really grab onto. The way the words came out, it just felt like each picture was really amazing.”

Hurd co-wrote the new track with Nathan Spicer and Cole Taylor. “Every Other Memory” follows Hurd’s gold-certified Top 20 hit “To A T,” and is his first taste of new music since releasing his Platonic EP last year, which “balances commercial viability with a very grounded and organic songwriting approach” (American Songwriter).

“Country music’s next big star” (AOL) recently released two live videos from his headlining Platonic Tour: “timely message of solidarity” (ABC News Radio) “Wish for the World” and his “haunting” (Billboard) cover of Taylor Swift’s “False God,” which received high praise from its original composer.

Hurd signed an exclusive songwriting agreement with Big Machine Music last month in a deal that acquired his Lake Allegan Pub Club (ASCAP) and Hurdjamz (BMI) music publishing catalogs. Hurd officially joins BMM’s wildly talented roster, which includes Brett Young, Brandy Clark, Laura Veltz, Jessie Jo Dillon, Eric Paslay and more.

RCA singer/songwriter Ryan Hurd continues his ubiquitous rise taking his trademark, powerful lyrics, melodies, and electric live performance to the fans. Hurd is set to join wife Maren Morris for her RSVP: The Tour this summer.

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