Sourced from McComb’s travels as a modern-day wanderer and outlaw poet, the new compilation of songs provides insight into this complex storyteller’s life. Songs like “Cotton’s Gettin’ High,” with its “swampy southern groove and ode to the out of control parties of McComb’s own youth,” (Taste of Country) and “Under Glass,” which harkens back to happier times captured in a picture, reveal McComb’s depth and passion as a songwriter. Rounding out the EP is the heartbreaking yet beautiful cover of Billie Elish’s “When The Party’s Over,” the music video for which stunningly portrays McComb’s unique vocal ability and showcases his emotional delivery.
The grungy “Withdrawals,” which premiered on American Songwriter features Nashville’s favorite Jonell Mosser, who “adds magic” to the song, was written in Sweden by McComb, Dan Olsen, and Linnea Lundgren. And McComb’s version of the classic Patty Loveless song, “You Don’t Even Know Who I Am,” is a real and raw duet featuring newcomer Sarabeth Taite.
McComb, who recently signed with Reliant Talent Agency for booking representation, will be sharing his new music with fans on the road this summer on his “Frontier Rock” tour. Visit McComb’s website for additional information.
“FRONTIER ROCK” TRACKLIST:
01 “Cotton’s Gettin’ High” – (Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne, Luke Laird)
02 “Last Man Standing” – (Rick Huckaby, Matt Nolen)
03 “You Don’t Even Know Who I Am” Feat./Sarahbeth Taite – (Gretchen Peters)
04 “Under Glass” – (Jeremy McComb, Rick Huckaby)
05 “Withdrawals” – (Jeremy McComb, Dan Olsen, Linnea Lundgren)
06 “When The Party’s Over” – (Finneas O’Connor)