Noah Schnacky Delivers “Every Girl I Ever Loved”

Country crooner Noah Schnacky delivers a tribute to past relationships today with “Every Girl I Ever Loved,” available now via Big Machine Records. Reflecting in the upbeat and hopeful track which he co-wrote alongside Josh Kear and Lindsay Rimes, he sings his praises:  Thank you for sharing the best years of my life / All of the good times and tears that we cried / And if I become half the man I want to / I hope you know I know it’s all because of you.

 “If you knew your love story would end in heartbreak, would you do it again? I would,” shared Noah. “Why? Because instead of thinking about all that I lost, I think about all that was gained in those moments spent together. The highs that made me feel alive, the lows that made me stronger, the lessons that made me who I am today. So to every girl I ever loved, I am who I am because of you.”

 Embracing the new challenges of quarantine, Noah has used this time to be more creative than ever. Recording the track from his home served as an inspiration for his new music as he was surrounded by the memories he’s made there.  “Every Girl I Ever Loved” caps off a full year of new music for the 23-year-old, releasing his debut self-titled EP, Noah Schnacky, earlier this year to over 60 million streams. The project highlights Noah’s trademark infectious vocals with tracks post-breakup “Comeback” and “Feels Like Love.”

The fast-rising newcomer amassed a vigorous grassroots core with a modern Country sound immersed in bright melodies and lyrics both intensely personal and relatable. Big Machine Label Group President/CEO Scott Borchetta took notice as Noah’s self-released “Hello Beautiful” garnered over one million streams in just eight days. Follow up “Maybe We Will” sustained the earlier success, this time collectively accumulating over 65 million streams. 

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