Moore unleashes "The Bull"
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
– Kip Moore is releasing "The Bull," as the next single from his studio album "Slowheart."
Co-written by Jon Randall and Luke Dick, the song marks Moore's first-ever outside recording.
"This song embodies who I am and what we've been doing on the road as a band for years," said Moore. "I think it's something a lot of people can relate to, having to get back up and keep going after what you believe in. I've been waiting on this song to be heard."
The hit "More Girls Like You" was also on the CD.
Moore will go out again on his Room To Spare: Acoustic Tour, following a sold-out run last fall. Moore has shows in the U.S., Canada and Great Britain where tickets to all four dates of his upcoming shows in London, Glasgow, Birmingham, and Manchester sold out.
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