11 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

To set the tone for their romantic third album, Nashville’s Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney released “Speechless” to fans as an early single. A starry-eyed tribute to the feeling they each got upon seeing their wives at the end of the aisle (both men got married in 2017), it’s the sort of fairy-tale love song that’s destined to soundtrack wedding ceremonies and first dances. The country-pop singers explore their respective marriages throughout the rest of the album. "What Keeps You Up at Night” has the soft sway of a John Mayer song, while the Kelly Clarkson-assisted “Keeping Score” makes a case for minding the big picture through a relationship's challenges.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

To set the tone for their romantic third album, Nashville’s Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney released “Speechless” to fans as an early single. A starry-eyed tribute to the feeling they each got upon seeing their wives at the end of the aisle (both men got married in 2017), it’s the sort of fairy-tale love song that’s destined to soundtrack wedding ceremonies and first dances. The country-pop singers explore their respective marriages throughout the rest of the album. "What Keeps You Up at Night” has the soft sway of a John Mayer song, while the Kelly Clarkson-assisted “Keeping Score” makes a case for minding the big picture through a relationship's challenges.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
363 Ratings
363 Ratings
shutzie2009 ,

On repeat this is!

I just can’t stop listening to it! So good.

ChiSox1 ,

Keeping score ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Any song featuring ❤️Kelly Clarkson❤️ is golden. Love “keeping score”. The other singles are great as well. 👍👍

d-g-m-l ,

TRASH REVIEWS

I read the reviews to see which songs people are talking about, especially if it's a group Im not familiar with. My comments are slanted toward the negative reviews: Country cycles - you might not like it, and AMF I've stepped away from a lot of it because of the 'phase' it's in right now. But to me Dan and Shay sound so much like Rascle Flatts that I have a hard time believing anyone would say they should get out of country. They harmonize well together and I'd buy some of their songs.... Nice upbeat, no crying in my beer music sounds good zipping down the highway with the top down :)

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