If you don’t know the name Adam Hambrick yet, you’re going to want to. The rising country singer has just released his brand new song, “Forever Ain’t Long Enough,” a tune that spells the letters H-I-T all over it.
Penned by Hambrick, Joe Ginsberg (“Little Red Wagon”) and Kelly Archer (“Sleep Without You, “Somebody Else Will”), the song promises to illicit singalongs and hums as it stays stuck in your head. Featuring Hambrick’s impeccable vocals and an infectiously catchy melody, the singer affectionately calls it a “feel good, fun, love song.”
“When Kelly, Joe and I got in the room to write we came up with something to make people dance and smile- and it has a little attitude which I love. This song is the kind of thing you want to put in your earbuds and bounce down the street,” shared the Capitol Records Nashville/Buena Vista Records artist.
Hambrick also coupled the track release with his a new music video. The retro-themed video nostalgically mirrors a scene from classic 80s/90s films and features leather jackets, slicked back hairstyles and many paper diner hats. It’s Stranger Things-esque in some sense, sans the scary part of it, way more hilarious.
Earlier this year, the singer-songwriter, who already has had two No. 1’s as a writer (Justin Moore’s “Somebody Else Will” and Dan & Shay’s “How Not To”), opened for Brett Young on his west coast tour dates and made his Grand Ole Opry debut along with first-time performances at renowned music festivals Stagecoach and C2C Fest. Recently, Hambrick and his wife Merritt also welcomed their second child, Heidi Celeste Hambrick.
The Corinth, Mississippi native is currently hard at work with producers Andrew DeRoberts (James Blunt, Miley Cyrus) and Paul DiGiovanni (Blake Shelton, Jordan Davis) to ready his debut record. For upcoming tour dates and more, click HERE.
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