Easton Corbin Gets Back in the Rhythm of Love on ‘Didn’t Miss a Beat’

Check out this timeless blast of uptempo romance.

Written by Chris Parton
Easton Corbin Gets Back in the Rhythm of Love on ‘Didn’t Miss a Beat’
Easton Corbin; Photo credit: Thomas Crabtree

Easton Corbin falls back into the rhythm of love with a newly released track, dropping the needle on “Didn’t Miss a Beat.”

Featuring a timeless blast of uptempo romance and a heart-pounding storyline, the track is all about reconnecting with an old flame … and picking up right where they left off. Set in a local watering hole and feeling as comfortable as your favorite pair of Friday-night jeans, the track was co-written by Corbin, Brad Clawson, Shane Minor and Wade Kirby, rekindling the easy-going groove of early hits like “Roll With It.”

“The band played on, we danced to every song / Another one of those nights where we didn’t wanna leave / Kissin’ like you never left, got my heart back in a wreck / Spinning under those lights like a record on repeat / Right on time, in the groove / you and me, like we didn’t miss a beat,” goes the chorus.

The singer-songwriter celebrated the track’s release with a Facebook live hangout on Sounds Like Nashville this week, and has kept the new music coming this summer. Along with “Didn’t Miss a Beat” and “Turn Up,” he unveiled a pulsating dance floor collab with global EDM star Lost Frequencies on “One More Night.”