Conner Smith Returns With New Single ‘How It Seems From Right here’

On Conner Smith’s new track “How It Seems From Right here” (The Valory Music Co.), he sees the reality for what it’s. A heart-pounding nation anthem constructed round thumping drums, crunchy guitars, and digital hooks, Smith tries to play it cool, standing within the mess he’s made to ship the grooving, sing-along refrain like their lover’s quarrel was by no means presupposed to go this far.

As his previous life fades out of view, there’s no denying life won’t ever look the identical. With the track’s accompanying visible, Smith offers followers a behind-the-scenes glimpse of his meteoric rise each on and off the stage. “‘How It Seems From Right here’ has been a fan favourite ever since we began taking part in it reside,” shared Smith. “Any day {that a} new track will get into the fingers of followers is particular for me and I’m excited to share this story with them.”

Following his newly minted Gold-certified hit “Take It Sluggish,” Smith continues to flood nation radio with one other High-40-bound single “Creek Will Rise.” Stuffed with red-dirt romance and magnetic chemistry, the Zach Crowell-produced observe Smith co-penned alongside Chris LaCorte, Chase McGill, and Parker Welling, tells the story of a pair caught out in a midnight storm—and a flip to the wild aspect neither will overlook—as sparks fly for a timeless story of younger love, so robust it hits like a pressure of nature.

Enlisting his brother and inventive director Cooper Smith for the music video, the rising singer/songwriter faucets into the track’s limitless retailer of rollicking, backwoods vitality for a rowdy good time in a Bayou state.

Following his first-ever headlining If I Went To School Tour, that includes a number of sold-out stops, the Nashville-raised artist prepares for a homecoming set with a extremely anticipated CMA Fest efficiency on the Chevy Riverfront Stage in Music Metropolis on Friday, June 9. This summer season, Smith will be part of Luke Bryan’s Nation On Tour earlier than supporting Jordan Davis in addition to Cole Swindell on choose dates by the autumn.

Buy or stream “It Looks From Here.”