Parmalee plans to do it "For You"
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Parmalee plans to do it "For You"

Friday, July 9, 2021 – Parmalee today announced its new album, "For You," will be released July 30 via Stoney Creek Records/BBR Music Group.

The band released two new tracks today, a collaboration "Greatest Hits (featuring Fitz)," as well as the romantic ode "Take My Name."

Produced by David Fanning, the album mixes a contemporary sound of pop, rock and Southern themes.

"We feel most authentic and our best as a band when we feel like we're having a conversation with the audience. That's what we really narrowed in on for this album and leaned into what makes Parmalee sound like Parmalee — it's all based on our connection to the fans," said Matt Thomas "For You is an album for the fans — the ones who've supported us for years, and the new ones we're getting to know every day."

The disc features 13 songs:
1. "For You" – (Matt Thomas, David Fanning, Justin Wilson)
2. "Just the Way" – (Matt Thomas, Kevin Bard, Nolan Sipe)
3. "Backroad Girl" – (Matt Thomas, Tommy Cecil, Blake Bollinger, Brinley Addington)
4. "Take My Name" – (Matt Thomas, Ashley Gorely, David Fanning, Ben Johnson)
5. "I Do" – (Tyler Hubbard, Matt Thomas, Corey Crowder, David Fanning)
6. "Miss You" – (Michael Tyler, Matthew McGinn, David Fanning)
7. "Greatest Hits (feat. Fitz)" – (Matt Thomas, Kevin Bard, Nolan Sipe, Andrew Goldstein, Michael Fitzpatrick)
8. "Better With You" – (Matt Thomas, Ashley Gorely, David Fanning)
9. "Forget You – (feat. Avery Anna)" (Matt Thomas, Shane Minor, David Fanning, Thomas Archer)
10. "Alone Like That" – (Matt Thomas, Tommy Cecil, David Fanning, James McNair)
11. "I See You" – (Matt Thomas, David Fanning, Justin Wilson, Steven McMorran)
12. "I'll Take The Chevy" – (Matt Thomas, Josh McSwain, Barry Knox, Zachary Kale, James McNair, Josh Mirenda)
13. "For You"– (Matt Thomas, Barry Knox, Josh McSwain, Scott Thomas, David Fanning)


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