Old
Dominion

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Been flyin’ solo for so long
Nobody’s singin’ the harmony
Up there just me and my shadow
No bass, no guitar, no tambourine
And I found you like a melody
You were singin’ in the same key as me
We had ’em dancin’ in the streets

Old Dominion arose during the waning days of bro-country, a genre the band’s five members were partially responsible for as authors of hits for Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, and Tyler Farr. As a band, Old Dominion were much softer and sweeter than the party-hearty legions of bro-country, straddling the line between contemporary pop and classic soft rock on their initial hits, 2015’s “Break Up with Him” and 2016’s “Snapback.” Working with producer/songwriter Shane McAnally helped the quintet stay hip and fresh, leading to a series of Country Airplay number one singles in the last few years of the 2010s, including “Song for Another Time,” “No Such Thing as a Broken Heart,” “Written in the Sand,” and “Make It Sweet.”