Sean McConnell Releases New Track “Holy Days” [LISTEN]

Sean McConnell

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You need to know this name. Listen to his latest release here.

Sean McConnell is an established songwriter who has written hits for Eli Young Band, Tim McGraw, Randy Rogers Band, David Nail, Brantley Gilbert, and many songs for the hit TV show Nashville.

Sean has had a great solo career and has independently released a few albums but now the singer-songwriter is signed to Rounder Records. His first release on the new label is a self titled record with ten new songs.

The first single from the coming album was just released and is a well crafted song with very polished production called “Holy Days.” Listen to the new track below!

Sean McConnell is a man on the rise so keep an eye out for this very talented person. Check out his live show below as well.

Holy Days Lyrics:
[Verse 1]
Your mama worked nights in the Texaco light
Your daddy was a rolling stone
I was in a band that was catching some fire
And I said that you could come along

[Verse 2]
We were too big for that little old city
So we took it far as it could go
Yeah, we spent the whole summer
Just chasing that sun all the way down to Mexico
[Chorus]
Underneath the moon with the radio playing
Tangled in blue, I remember you saying
“Baby don’t move, just let me look at you”
Just like this now
You held up your hands in the shape of a camera
Took a snapshot so you’d always remember
The world we knew, before it faded away
Into those holy days

[Verse 3]
Well every now and then
I take a hit of that wind
When it smells like a summer rain
Yeah, and when I shoot tequila with a salty hand
It brings me right back again

[Verse 4]
Yeah, and I wonder where you are
Probably in some shiny car
Cutting lanes down the 101
You never could say goodbye or color in the lines
Yeah, baby, you were raised to run

[Chorus]
Underneath the moon with the radio playing
Tangled in blue, I remember you saying
“Baby don’t move, just let me look at you”
Just like this now
You held up your hands in the shape of a camera
Took a snapshot so you’d always remember
The world we knew, before it faded away
Into those holy days

[Chorus]
Underneath the moon with the radio playing
Tangled in blue, I remember you saying
“Baby don’t move, just let me look at you”
Just like this now
You held up your hands in the shape of a camera
Took a snapshot so you’d always remember
The world we knew, before it faded away
Into those holy days, holy days

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