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Gone West Announces New Album ‘Canyons,’ Shares New Track

"Canyons" is set for a June 12 release.

Written by Drew Pearce
Gone West Announces New Album ‘Canyons,’ Shares New Track
Gone West; Cover art courtesy of Triple Tigers Records

While performing on TODAY, country quartet Gone West announced their upcoming debut album, Canyons, which is set for a June 12 release.

The group, which consists of Colbie Caillat, Jason Reeves, Nelly Joy and Justin Kawika Young, broke the news during their Tuesday morning performance. As part of the announcement, they shared the brand-new track “Slow Down,” a piece of pure country pop infused with West Coast sunshine.

Also included on the 13-track LP are previously released tracks “Gone West,” “What Could’ve Been,” “Confetti,” “Home Is Where The Heartbreak Is” and “This Time,” four of which appeared on their Tides EP. All 13 songs on Canyons were written by Gone West, and the quartet has produced and co-produced nine.

Gone West will also hit the road in summer 2020 to open for Kenny Chesney and make festival appearances at Tortuga, Faster Horses, Watershed and more. For more details and dates, visit gonewestmusic.com.