In his first album of new music in over six years, Home, Pat Green sings in the opening title track, "I was blind to the game/I sang the wrong songs and disappeared for way too long/But I've finally found my way home,” lyrics that cement the sentiments of the album; an album, dealing with life, love and family, which will please old and new fans alike.
The collection contains thirteen tracks, including ten week #1 "Girls From Texas" and current single, the tearjerker "While I Was Away,” penned by Zane Williams. The remaining tracks include "May The Good Times Never End," a humorous, harmonica filled, rollicking tune featuring Delbert McClinton as well as "Bet Yo Mama,” a funky, edgy ode to a woman and the other “lookers” in her family. Personal favorite "Break It Back Down" has an undeniably appealing melody which accompanies lyrics that encourage getting back to the basics of just two people, which is a theme that can also be found in the romantic ballad “No One Here But Us” and “I Go Back To You” about that one person you always return to. "Right Now," is an emotional duet with Sheryl Crow about earning the forgiveness of someone you hurt and aiming to be "the real love you always dreamed of right now," while "I'll Take This House" focuses on family life.
The most difficult day after a relationship dissolves, "Day One," is a touching mid-tempo, universal tune about picking up the pieces and moving on while a similar theme is the focus of "Life Good As It Can Be" which reflects on consciously making that change to step out of whatever your darkness may be and truly live life. Closing out the project is "Good Night In New Orleans" which through its varied tempos, takes you out for a night on the town in the Big Easy.
Welcome Pat Green’s Home into yours. The album hits stores August 14th and will be released in partnership with Thirty Tigers.