Dylan Scott's "Nothing to Do Town" is growing, with a new EP this spring
January 11, 2019 10:43 AM
Dylan Scott will follow up his new single “Nothing to Do Town” with a new six-song EP with the same name. The Louisiana native wrote five of the tunes on the album, which is set to arrive April 26.
Dylan’s most recent single, “Hooked,” was the seventh most-played country song of 2018; he hit #1 with “My Girl” in 2017. He and his wife Blair also welcomed their son Beckett that December.
"The past two years -- both personally and professionally -- have been the most exciting of my life…" Dylan reflects. “2019 is starting off in a whirlwind and I couldn't be more excited.”
“I can't wait to get back out on the road and play new music,” he adds. “Looks like it's going to be a busy year!"
Dylan’s Nothing to Do Town Tour kicks off Thursday with two sold-out dates, starting in New York City and then continuing to Boston. Newcomer Seth Ennis -- who co-wrote “Hooked” with Morgan Evans -- will open.
Here’s the complete track listing for the Nothing to Do Town EP, which comes out April 26:
“Nothing to Do Town”
“Look at Us Now”
“You Got Me”
“Honey I’m Home”
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