NEW MUSIC: Casey Barnes – ‘A Little More’

Country Music’s most upbeat and energetic love song for 2019 is from Australia’s most exciting and popular country rock performer, Casey Barnes.

‘A Little More’ is out now, the first from a new set of recordings, which are scheduled to come out over the next few months.  ‘In a world where we’re constantly being judged on our appearance and an expectation that you have to look a certain way, ‘A Little More’ is a shout out to everyone out there that thinks that’s a load of B.S!’ said Barnes.  When we sat down and wrote this song, we wanted it to come from the perspective of a couple in love where one is expressing to the other that they actually love all the things they may not like about themselves the most!

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‘A Little More’ is the first Casey Barnes track to be released since it was announced that he has signed to Chugg Music for management, and recordings and Select Music for Live representation. Helmed by Michael Chugg and his business partner Andrew Stone, Chugg Music’s internationally successful roster includes, Sheppard, Lime Cordiale, Avalanche City (NZ) and The Griswolds.

The popular country rock and crossover artist is one of the busiest on the live scene with a range of bookings taking him across land and sea in the next few months. Audiences will hear ‘A Little More’ featured in the set along with a number of tracks previously embraced by radio including ‘The Way We Ride’, ‘Be Mine’, and ‘Better Days’ which are lifted from the #1 iTunes Country Chart and #2 Aria Country Chart album, ‘The Good Life’.

The Good Life has helped Casey to grow his audience to over 134,000 listeners per month across streaming services alone. His recordings have generated 4.37 million streams with over 40,000 fans joining in online to tell the likeable artist that they are ready for whatever he’s got next in store for them.

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