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May 23

Gloriana to Release A Thousand Miles Left Behind July 31

Gloriana photo courtesy of Emblem Music Group/Warner Bros. Records.

Gloriana will release their second studio album, A Thousand Miles Left Behind, on July 31. The trio wrote or co-wrote all 11 tracks on the album and worked with GRAMMY Award-winning producer Matt Serletic. The lead single from the project, “(Kissed You) Good Night” is currently No. 15 on the Billboard Country Charts and is their fastest rising single to date.

“We’ve grown up a lot as a band and have really honed in on our skills and found our sound,” Mike Gossin said.

“On this record, we wanted to tell stories and I think people will be able to relate to a lot of these songs because they’re honest and come from a place that’s real,” Rachel Reinert added.

“Like any new act, we were finding ourselves on the first record — in the recording process and as musicians,” Tom Gossin said. “The new album really just feels like us, who and where we are now, to the point where we know exactly what we want to do and how to get there.”

The group has funneled everything they’ve learned since their debut album into the new material with the intent on revealing more of themselves as artists. The project is a mix of up-tempo songs and ballads that are the product of working with some of Nashville’s top songwriters, including Josh Kear, Hillary Lindsey, James Slater, Danny Myrick and Stephanie Bentley, among others.

Gloriana has a string of tour dates lined up through the summer to promote their new music. Visit for a full list of dates and more information about the band.


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