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Keith Urban Shares Nostalgic New Single We Were

Thursday, 16 May 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Keith Urban has released a new song, We Were.

The emotional ballad was written by fellow country superstar Eric Church with Ryan Tyndell and Jeff Hyde. It finds Urban yearning for past love over a steady drum beat, banjo and electric guitar.

The country music star has been busy teasing the arrival of the new track on social media, as well as another collaboration with Foy Vance. It follows up his April single Burden, which marked the first new material we've heard since his 2018 album 'Graffiti U'. Urban said:

"When I first heard We Were, I not only heard it, but I saw it. It made me feel something. The imagery is so strong -- a stamp on the back of a hand, a Saturday night cover band, the girlfriend (or boyfriend) we ran with and a fake ID (which, of course, I never had). So many of us can relate, or likely will relate, at some point!"





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