Thomas Rhett keeps fans eager to hear more with video snippets of new songs posted to Instagram. In June, he told his record label, Big Machine, that he had written nearly 40 songs during the first 60 days of quarantine. He has been a “songwriting machine” as his label puts it.
Not only has quarantine been a “blessing in disguise” for his career, but Rhett has loved the extra time with his family. He also told the label that he has been incredibly thankful for the extra time with his daughters.
After a few months full of family time and lyric-writing, he is slowly releasing those fresh new songs to fans through Instagram videos.
Most recently, Rhett posted a clip of a tune titled “That’ll Be Us Someday,” another love song by the “Die a Happy Man” singer.
Comments from other singers have flooded his Instagram videos. Patrick Droney wrote, “James Taylor energy ⚡️” Steve Moakler, singer of “Suitcase” commented a sole 💯 emoji.
Devin Dawson, “All On Me” singer, commented Now this is the color i need CMON NOW !!” on another new song post.
August 15, Rhett posted another song preview called “Where We Grew Up” reminiscent of young life and love in the South. Old country music, baseball diamonds, fishing holes, and Sunday sermons star in the song that drives us down memory lane.
Diplo commented, joking “It’s the yeti visor for me.” RanchWater, a Texas-based seltzer brand, commented, “Reminds us of home 🤠”
Many other comments fill the singer’s feed, praising the new lyrics and asking when fans can expect a new album.
Rhett has not announced when these new quarantine songs may be released. His tour for his 2019 album “Center Point Road” has been postponed until 2021 due to the pandemic.