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Australian-born country phenom Morgan Evans is striking a chord with fans with the release of
his new single “Over For You.” Evans debuted the deeply personal track, lauded byBillboard as
“absolutely one of [his] best releases to date,” during his headlining set at Australia’s CMC
Rocks QLD Festival, in front of a sold out 25.000 fans. 

Clips of the emotional performance
amassed hundreds of thousands of views, as well as thousands of comments filled with shared
stories of heartbreak. all within just a few days, prompting its immediate release to country radio.
The vulnerable song follows Evans’ latest EP, The Country And The Coast Side A, where he set
aside his signature loop pedal to collaborate with a band of musicians for the first time in his
U.S. career. 

The EP builds outward and upward from the foundation Evans created with his
debut album Things That We Drink To, which arrived Top 10 on Billboard’s Top Country
Albums chart and features the Gold-certified No. 1 debut single “Kiss Somebody.” Evans has
forged a path as one of the genre’s most promising stars, with recognition from Rolling Stone,
Billboard, CMT, People, SiriusXM, Pandora, The Bobby Bones Show, The Tennessean and more.

Already established as a global country force, the singer / songwriter and entertainer has teamed
up with Apple Music to showcase performers from all over the world on Country Wide Radio
with Morgan Evans. He has toured with artists including Taylor Swift, Dan + Shay, Cole
Swindell, Brett Eldredge, Old Dominion, Rascal Flatts and Chris Young in addition to sharing
his own one-of-a-kind headlining show with sold-out audiences spanning eight countries across
three continents.

Morgan Evans