Old Dominion Announces New Song “Coming Home”

Mason Allen

Country band Old Dominion announced today that they’re set to drop their latest single, “Coming Home,” next Friday, June 28th. This marks their first release since their Memory Lane album, which hit the shelves everywhere back in October of 2023.

The cover art shows a man coming home to his wife from the war, implying a more intimate and wholesome era for the group. This is also the first music taste since they won Group of the Year for the seventh straight time at the ACMs.

Old Dominion, known for its distinct, country-pop sound sound, is now on the brink of a new era. The possibilities are intriguing, but for now, it’s all just speculation. The group has been tight-lipped about their new music, with only a brief clip of clapping to tease their fans.

Related: Old Dominion “Memory Lane” Album Review

Old Dominion’s most recent single was “Can’t Break Up Now” featuring Megan Moroney that came out summer of last year. It just cracked the top 20 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, peaking at #19. Before that, they enjoyed one of the biggest radio singles in their career as a band with “Memory Lane.”

Old Dominion is on the road all summer, playing festivals and headlining shows. Their website has more information about tickets.

“Coming Home” will be available everywhere on June 28th. 

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