Sometimes it takes a few listens before you can really start liking an album, but Adam Hambrick's Wheels or Wings is one of those rarities that you will enjoy immediately.
Hambrick, a country songwriter with Sony/ATV and RED Creative group, has spent the past two years living in Nashville and writing every day for other artists (including the Justin Moore/Miranda Lambert duet “Old Habits”). On September 30th, he will release his debut, Wheels or Wings, a six song EP. The project, produced by Jeremy Stover (Justin Moore, Drake White, Jack Ingram) and Andrew DeRoberts, showcases his songwriting and demonstrates that he is more than ready to be an artist in his own right.
The tracks on Wheels or Wings, highlighted by Hambrick's strong songwriting, are largely about love and relationships, those starting out and those ending. Hambrick's highly relatable story songs paint clear, detailed pictures whether the song is about lost love ("Til Lonely Runs Out" and "Table For One") or new beginnings ("Places"). The banjo infused "My Home," in which he compares the love of a woman to a hometown, is a radio ready sure thing.
Throughout the EP, Hambrick melds modern with traditional touches into his own unique style while singing in a clear, familiar voice. Mark September 30th down on the calendar and be sure to pick up Wheels or Wings.
For more information visit his official website