Luke Grimes Follows ‘No Horse To Trip’ With House State Ode ‘Oh Ohio’

Actor and nation music artist Luke Grimes has launched the brand new music “Oh Ohio,” impressed by his experiences of leaving his house to pursue his musical goals. The Mercury Nashville/Vary Music artist wrote the music with Jessi Alexander and Jon Randall, and it was produced by the Grammy-winning producer-songwriter Dave Cobb.

“Oh Ohio” comes within the wake of Grimes’ debut nation music “No Horse To Trip,” which was launched in December and now has greater than 15 million international streams. The artist, who grew up in Dayton, says: “I left Ohio over twenty years in the past to chase a dream. It was an enormous second for me after I understand that Ohio wasn’t my house anymore; I’m certain many individuals who’ve moved away can relate.

“It felt like house for a really very long time however through the years I might really feel the drift,” he goes on. ‘‘Oh, Ohio’ is much less of a music about leaving house and extra about shedding it. It’s a breakup music however with a spot. Figuring out your time collectively is over however you might be part of one another perpetually.”

Producer and collaborator Cobb displays: “I believe Luke sings from the center and is stuffed with conviction and honesty. He’s residing and respiration what he sings, and it’s been a blessing attending to be a part of his journey.”

“No Horse To Trip” debuted at No.7 on the Nation Songs gross sales chart and, in its second week, recorded 95,000 Shazams. It was on the duvet of Spotify’s Nation Hits 2023 playlist within the No.1 place, and has been on eight Spotify viral charts.

Grimes’ appearing roles embody Kayce Dutton within the hit TV sequence Yellowstone, and earlier than that the a part of Christian Gray’s brother Elliot in 2015’s Fifty Shades of Gray and its sequels Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed. In 2014, he performed actual life Navy SEAL Marc Alan Lee in American Sniper.

Purchase or stream Luke Grimes’ “Oh Ohio.”