Nashville, Tenn. – The wait is finally over as The Goodwin Brothers release their brand new single “Everyday Thing.” The Eastern Kentucky-based group showcases their breathtaking three-part harmonies on the mid-tempo song written by Tom Paden and Dwight Liles. Fans can download and/or stream “Everyday Thing” HERE.
“When we think about relationships we often consider the big moments, without realizing that it’s the little, everyday stuff that ends up being so impactful over the course of our lives,” explains William Goodwin. “We resonate with the song because we view our own relationships with those precepts. We feel like the day to day happiness and just living in those moments needed some more love and recognition.”
“Everyday Thing” is a tune that was co-written by Tom Paden and Dwight Liles. Its laid-back vibe paints a perfect picture that spring is in the air. The lyrics revolve around the positive aspects of a relationship, accompanied by a Bluegrass track that will have listeners singing along while driving with the windows down. It marks their first release on Pinecastle Records, while the complete project is due to release this summer. They are also scheduled to appear on the nationally-syndicated WoodSongs Old Time Radio Hour later this month on April 24th.
The group first started turning heads in 2021 when they released their debut single. Prior to their formation as a band, each member made individual contributions to the music industry. Once you pair all three voices together, the result is one of the most must-hear new acts across genres.
The Goodwin Brothers have plenty more surprises in-store throughout 2023. These include several upcoming tour dates, where fans can hear them perform new music for the first time, along with their previous charting hit “Barefoot Girl,” plus a combination of other well-known favorites.
To learn more about the group, find upcoming tour dates, check the latest news stories, and more, visit their official website www.thegoodwinbrothers.com.