It's about time!
It has been two long years since we've heard new music from Ronnie Dunn, and he finally heard us begging!
His new single "Ain't No Trucks In Texas," reflects on a lost love and the denial of true feelings.
He is obviously in denial after a break-up, singing lyrics like, "There ain't no stars in California, Memphis never had the blues/There ain't no trucks in Texas and I ain't missin' you."
His vocals are soulful and he delivers the right amount of bitterness and regret. The music video shows a few different people facing the regret of ending their relationships, some even covering up tattoos of their significant others.
The single was written by Wendall Mobley, Tony Martin and Neil Thrasher, and produced by Rascal Flatt's Jay DeMarcus. Dunn released it on his new record label, Nash Icon.
Luckily for us, Dunn says that "Ain't No Trucks In Texas" is just a taste of what's to come.
"It has been great to be back in the studio and writing new songs," Dunn says. "I am really excited for everyone to hear the music. I loved 'Ain't No Trucks in Texas' the minute I heard it, and think fans will, too."
Watch the music video below.
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