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NEWS: Ahead of UK return for C2C Festival in March, Old Dominion announce new single ‘Some People Do’

Acclaimed 2-time CMA Vocal Group of the Year and 2-time ACM Group of the Year Old Dominion reveal their newest single, “Some People Do”  Click HERE to listen. The song is off the band’s self-titled 3rd studio album, which also featured singles ‘Never Be Sorry’, ‘One Man Band’ and ‘Make It Sweet’.

Old Dominion frontman  Matthew Ramsey  said of the song:

It’s a breaking-point kind of song. I think inherently we’re all good people and want to be good people, but no matter who you are, sometimes you hurt the ones you love. It’s about that desire to be the best person you can be for those people.

The band is showing no signs of slowing down. Their latest No. 1 hit single, ‘One Man Band’, has been certified Platinum by the RIAA. With over 275 million streams, this marks the band’s 8th consecutive No. 1 and biggest song to date. They recently performed it on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” HERE . In addition, they also received certifications for 5 of their other songs: “Written in the Sand” (2x Platinum), “Break Up With Him” (2x Platinum), “Hotel Key” (Platinum), ‘Make It Sweet’ (Gold) and “Nowhere Fast” (Gold).

Old Dominion are set to return to Europe next month (March) for appearances at Country 2 Country Festival following off the back of their most recent successful UK tour in October where they were joined by Jordan Davis who is also returning as part of the bill on Europe’s largest country music fesival.

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