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Young announces debut

Wednesday, November 30, 2016 – Brett Young, who has a hit on his hands with "Sleep Without You," will have his debut out in February.

Big Machine Label Group will put the self-titled release on Feb. 10.

The California artist released an EP last year. His new single, "In Case You Didn't Know," will impact country radio on Jan. 9. Young co-wrote 11 of the 12 tracks and recorded the album with producer Dann Huff.

Songs on the disc are:
"Sleep Without You" | Brett Young, Kelly Archer, Justin Ebach
"You Ain't Here to Kiss Me" | Brett Young, Matt Alderman, Tiffany Goss
"Left Side of Leavin'" | Brett Young, Jon Nite, Jimmy Robbins
"In Case You Didn't Know" | Brett Young, Tyler Reeve, Kyle Schlienger, Trent Tomlinson
"Like I Loved You" | Brett Young, Jesse Lee
"Beautiful Believer" | Brett Young, Jason Adamo, Annie Wildgen
"Back on the Wagon" | Brett Young, Jessi Alexander, Josh Thompson
"Memory Won't Let Me" | Brett Young, Justin Ebach, Steven Dale Jones
"Olivia Mae" | Brett Young, Ben Caver
"Makin' Me Say" | Cary Barlowe, Zach Crowell, Jon Nite
"Close Enough" | Brett Young, Jon Nite, Jimmy Robbins
"Mercy" | Brett Young, Sean McConnell

Young has previously released four albums on his own and one EP.

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