Walker Montgomery released a brand new song called “Out Of Nowhere” on Friday, May 13.
Co-written by Morgan Wallen alongside Corey Crowder, Joey Hyde and Jared Mullins, the track finds Montgomery painting the picture of how he grew up within the very descriptive lyrics. Backed by infectious guitar riffs, his deep southern drawl flawlessly blends with the energy-filled instrumental, making the track a radio-ready anthem.
“’Out of Nowhere” describes perfectly the way I grew up,” Montgomery said. “I know this song will strike a chord with so many people because either they grew up the same way or they may have wished they had. It’s so fun, uptempo and I cannot wait to get out on the road next and play this song.”
Listen to the new Walker Montgomery song below.
“Out Of Nowhere” follows previously released tracks “Wouldn’t Be A Country Boy,” “She Don’t Know” and “Bad Day To Be A Beer.” The song is set to appear on an upcoming collection of new music which is expected to be released later this year.
Walker’s roots run deep within country music, being the son of John Michael Montgomery and the nephew of Montgomery Gentry’s Eddie Montgomery. Nonetheless, the singer is already paving a bright future for himself with a voice that draws comparisons to award-winning artists like Chris Young and Dierks Bentley, making his impressive country vocals hard to ignore.