NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Friday, April 29, 2016 PR) – The culmination of two years of songwriting and 300 songs in his catalog, Eric Dodd has cherry-picked “Outskirts” as the feature track out on iTunes today. From Lake Oconee, GA, Dodd’s worked with his former high school bandmate Jesse Triplett, who now plays lead guitar for Collective Soul, on his forthcoming debut EP due out in June. “Outskirts,” written my Dodd, Thomas Archer and Bruce Wallace, is destined to become a great addition to everyone’s summer playlist. “Outskirts” is available for purchase here.
“We wrote ‘Outskirts’ about escaping the daily grind in the city and getting out to the peace and quiet - away from the noise and all distractions. We are just good people that work hard and like to have a good time. Sure, we like to let out it all hang out from time to time and blow off some steam, but who doesn't? We just happen to like to do it in the country where we can get loud. In this instance, the idea came from all of us just kind of wanting to get back home. I think we had all been in Nashville for like two months straight without leaving and just said let's write one about just ditching everything we have going and get way out deep in the country with all of our buddies and where no one else can find us,” says the singer/songwriter.
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