Suitcase Souls Share New Single & Video ‘Nashville October’

Photo by Rob Gonzalez

Country lovers will fall in love with “Nashville October” – the brand-new single from Nashville duo, Suitcase Souls. The track is now available to stream via Spotify!

“Nashville October” has a wonderful, cosy vibe that is perfect for a cold autumn evening. Picture this; you’ve had a long hard day at work, your boss is on our case, you missed your bus and have to walk home in the pouring rain, but then you return to your nice warm house. You grab yourself a cup of tea, sit in your favourite comfy seat, and ask Alexa to play “Nashville October.” You’ll forget about the day you had and you can sit back and relax as the rain hits your window. Evening planned. You can thank us later.

The vocals blend together so beautifully, it was like Suitcase Souls were just meant to be. Add that to the catchy lyrics that are easy to sing along to, and the stunning instrumentation, and the song is simply exquisite. When talking about the track, the duo explain;

“‘Nashville October’ is the smoke smell in your jacket from last night’s backyard hang, the photos in your camera roll of a selfie that *barely* fit everyone, the feeling of letting go of a past season to grab hold of right now and living in the moment.”

Alongside the release, the band also dropped a music video which is just as cosy as the song itself. The video is now available to view via YouTube below;

If you want to hear more from Suitcase Souls, this year they released their first LP “The Love We Found” – all the tracks were written by them, and centres around the early days of their own love story. Lovely. Their music has often been linked to singer-songwriter artists such as Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors and The Lumineers. If this is something that you are a fan of, then they need to be added to your playlist immediately.

Fans can expect more new music in this part of the year, so to ensure that you don’t miss out on any further news, you can follow them on Twitter and Instagram!

Share your thoughts on “Nashville October” over on our Twitter! – @AboutThe_Noise