Noah Schnacky Delivers Debut Self-Titled EP

The 23-year-old country newcomer is making his dreams come true with the release of his seven song project.

Written by Kelly Brickey
Noah Schnacky Delivers Debut Self-Titled EP
Noah Schnacky; Photo credit: Andres Martinez

The year of 2020 has been quite a whirlwind for Noah Schnacky, as he has finally released his first-ever EP with Big Machine Label Group.

The country newcomer put out the seven song collection on Friday (July 24) to fans’ delight. Schnacky helped co-write each of the tracks with the help of well known Nashville songwriters, including Ross Copperman and Seth Ennis. After working for many years to find his sound, he is thrilled to release it to his supporters and get into the swing of his country career.

“After over 4 years of working on my music, it feels amazing to finally get to share it with the world.  I’m excited to step into this new season,” Schnacky said recently.

The EP shows various sides of Schnacky’s songwriting skills and personality, from his romantic side on “Meet the Man” to how he deals with a breakup on “Comeback.”

“‘Comeback’ shows a side of me that I’ve never shown my fans before,” Schnacky previously told Sounds Like Nashville. “It’s pretty vulnerable for such an upbeat song and it all comes from real post-breakup feelings that I experienced myself.”

Not only has Schnacky been blowing up in the country music industry, he is also becoming a famous face on TikTok. At more than three million followers subscribed to his page, the singer churns out viral content nearly every day that garners hundreds of thousands of views. Occasionally, he even breaks out his guitar for sneak peeks of his music for the fans watching at home.

You can check out Schnacky’s debut EP on Spotify now.