Garth Brooks drops two new tracks from upcoming 'Fun' album, fans say 'anything G puts out is great'
Garth Brooks' fans will be pumped to know that the country star has released some new music. It has been a long time since we first heard about his new album 'Fun'. Looks like Brooks is gearing up for its release as he has dropped two new tracks from the project via Amazon Music. The two new tracks are 'Party Gras' and 'That's What Cowboys Do'. This comes following the release of three more songs from 'Fun' — 'All Day Long', 'Stronger Than Me' and 'Dive Bar', a duet with Blake Shelton.
Brooks revealed that he didn't feel right releasing the new record during a global pandemic when he spoke on a May 11 episode of his weekly Facebook show, 'Inside Studio G'. He said, "I don’t want to be the guy that tries to do something in the midst where everybody is hurting," according to Billboard. "The album’s ready to go. It’s just how do you get out and promote and be happy and jolly while everybody’s out there fighting for their lives not only physically, but fighting for their lives financially."
Fans on Twitter were thanking their favorite country star and enjoying the new songs. "I love both, but I especially love ‘That’s What Cowboys Do’ so many 90’s country vibes with that song and I am SOO here for it! Thank you for releasing new music! You’re making quarantine that much easier!" said a fan.
Another wrote, "Just love the new Music! Thank you, Garth! You are the Best! #FUN." One fan said, "Finally some good country music to listen to. Anything g puts out is great."
Fans also had their pick between the two with one saying, "'Party Gras' is FUN!!!!! SUCH A GREAT BEAT!!! LOVIN THE NEW STUFF!! Party on #Garth! @garthbrooks. #GarthBrooks #StudioG." Another said, "Loving That's What Cowboys Do. Has George Strait vibe to it."
Brooks' fans could pre-order the new album almost two years ago via Amazon, but the new tracks were not loaded on the 'Fun' album package for those that have pre-purchased the LP. The replacement option offers the songs to paid subscribers of Amazon Music.
An Amazon spokesperson said they will have the 'Fun' pack shortly. "The new tracks are currently streaming on Amazon Music. Customers who pre-ordered the album to download, will soon see the new tracks added to ‘My Music’ when they visit the Amazon Music app," they said.
You can listen to the tracks here.