Jordan Davis Shares Five Facts About His Self-Titled EP

Jordan Davis; Photo by Eric Ryan Anderson
Jordan Davis; Photo by Eric Ryan Anderson
Jordan Davis; Photo by Eric Ryan Anderson

Country hitmaker Jordan Davis is thrilled to share his next musical chapter with fans with the release of his brand new six-song EP.

The self-titled project, which is available now, features the previously released “Cool Anymore” (ft. Julia Michaels), the super personal track “Detours” as well as the Louisiana native’s brand new single, “Almost Maybes.”

“I hope this EP creates a bridge for fans between albums…a nod to where we’ve been and a preview of where we are going,” Davis says. “Every time I step in a writer’s room it is an opportunity to create something that resonates, that lasts, and that hopefully makes a difference. That’s what I hope these songs will do.”

Jordan Davis Self-Titled EP
Jordan Davis Self-Titled EP

Co-written by Davis alongside Hillary Lindsey and Jesse Frasure, “Almost Maybes” embraces life’s ups and downs and acknowledges that even though some things don’t work out as planned, it may be for the best.

“This is one that feels universal. For the few things in life that do fall into place and work out; there are a lot more that don’t,” the ACM New Male Artist of the Year nominee previously shared. “This is for those times, the ‘almost maybes.’”

To celebrate the release of the EP, Davis is sharing five facts about the project with Country Now readers in an exclusive clip from Blackbird Studio in Nashville.

Click above as Davis chats about co-writing two of the EP’s tracks with his brother, Jacob Davis, working with his longtime producer, Paul DiGiovanni, and more.

Jordan Davis’ EP follows his billion-streamed debut album, Home State, which produced the chart-topping singles, “Slow Dance in a Parking Lot,” “Singles You Up” and “Take It From Me.”

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