David Nail will release his third album, I’m A Fire, on Tuesday. He’s looking forward to getting his new music out to fans and believes they will see – or at least hear – the positive changes that have occurred in his life since his last project.
“Mainly just being at such a pleasant place, I was drawn to songs that were more full of hope and happiness,” he said. “I think that that’s something that is really relatable on this record, is rather than having to go on and on and on about my past and where I am now, [through] the music, people can recognize, ‘Hey, that guy is in a different place.”
I’m A Fire features David’s recent No. 1 hit “Whatever She’s Got” as well as “When They’re Gone (Lyle County)” which includes Little Big Town on harmonies. He also recorded a cover of Glen Campbell’s “Galveston” which he turned into a duet with Lee Ann Womack. David just released his new single, “Kiss You Tonight,” to country radio.