Sam Hunt debuts new song, “Nothing Lasts Forever” live

More Sam Hunt music? You got it.

It seems like only yesterday that Sam Hunt dropped “Downtown’s Dead,” his first single in a long time. But if one new track from the country superstar wasn’t enough, you’re in luck—because a new song has arrived and it’s just made its live debut at a concert in Indianapolis.

“Nothing Lasts Forever” slows things down a notch, swapping out the punchy, drum-driven tempo of “Downtown’s Dead” for a heart-on-his-sleeve country ballad about the end of a relationship. “’Cause nothing lasts forever / Nothing lasts forever / Say I’m someone that you wish you never met / Your best mistake / Your worst regret,” he croons on the song’s rousing chorus.

Although Hunt’s been happy to release two new songs in the space of a few weeks, a full album might still be a while away. “I still haven’t quite gotten there yet,” he said in a recent radio interview. “I didn’t have enough continuity within that batch of songs to pick out ten or 12 that would be a good record.”

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While we wait for the track’s official release, enjoy this clip of Hunt performing “Nothing Lasts Forever” below:

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