Emerging country artist Filmore is revisiting a romantic college memory on his new song, “Who Cares.”
In the song, the singer recalls a time in his life when he was head over heels in love with a girl his friends disapproved of. “Who cares if the whole world knows / We drink too much and we dance too close / Your lips on mine / And we lose all track of time / Who cares when the lights come on / When we leave, we don’t leave alone / If you don’t, I don’t so / So, who cares,” Filmore sings on the upbeat live-in-the-moment love song.
“‘Who Cares’ is about my time in college and in Nashville and dating and meeting people during that time in my life and not caring what people thought about us being together,” the Wildwood, Missouri native shares in a press statement. “For me, when friends told me that a girl wasn’t good for me, it made me want to hang out with her more.”
“The hook of the song goes, ‘Who cares, who cares,’ and that’s how I felt,” Filmore confesses. “The song is about taking a stance, and at the end of the day, all that matters are the two people in that relationship.”
Co-written by Filmore, Josh Kerr and Zac Abend, “Who Cares” is the latest offering from the rising country singer. It follows previously released tracks “Good Thing” and “Used To Be,” as well as the Curb Records recording artist’s 2020 debut album, State I’m In. The 18-track record features the infectious single, “Nothing’s Better,” “London” and “Love That About You.”
As live entertainment venues open back up and capacity restrictions lifted across the nation, Filmore is gearing up to hit the road again. On Labor Day weekend, September 3-6, 2021, he’ll join Brett Young’s Caliville Weekend lineup in Palm Springs. More shows are set to be announced, along with new music on its way.
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