Canadian singer Aaron Pritchett is back with his latest EP, Out on the Town.
The country veteran experiments with other genres on the release, and you can tell he’s having a ball of a time, especially from the blues-influenced title track and the rock-tinged “Top Shelf.”
“My main focus [for the album] was diversity,” said Pritchett in an interview with Kelowna Capital. “When the Dixie Chicks came in, we saw what genres should be, it is that they are so diverse now and it’s where we started to see this shift going one way or the other.”
Out on the Town features six tracks, including the singles “Better When I Do” and “Worth a Shot,” and is Pritchett’s first release since his 2016 LP, The Score.
Watch the video for “Better When I Do” below:
And listen to Out on the Town here: