Sounds Like: A no-holds-barred, confessional singer-songwriter who excels at relatable tales of twentysomething angst
Strikingly brilliant of composition, richly diverse, both progressive and traditional, a tour de force of songwriting, and incredibly textured with strong instrumentation, Probably Wrong has just about everything you could want from any record, whether you count yourself a country fan, more of an Americana type, a country rocker, or whatever may be in between, man or woman, young or old. Whatever your roots music persuasion, Parker McCollum seems to have you covered, as long as you’re willing to open your heart to a new name, and a forward-thinking approach to a powerful expression of country music.
Up-and-coming singer-songwriter Parker McCollum has released his brand new album, Probably Wrong. His second full length album and final installment of a three part roll-out, Probably Wrong contains ten tracks, with all but two songs written or co-written by the 25-year-old guitar player himself.
Parker McCollum has made quite a name for himself since the release of his debut full length album “The Limestone Kid” in 2015. He’s played at almost every notable venue in Texas and has made just about every Texas festival bill (or is slated to by the end of this year). He’s got a fellowship of 60K monthly listeners on Spotify and his breakout single “Meet You in the Middle” has been streamed well over a million times! Needless to say, there’s a lot of anticipation built up for his next project.
Written with Micky Braun and produced by Lloyd Maines, the key-filled ballad reflects on the difficulties that life on “the road” can create at home. “I was up late one night, before my co-write with Micky and I didn’t want to go in empty-handed; and I kept thinking about “a girl” and my touring –and the words “I Can’t Breathe” just kind of came out…” McCollum told us.