[Premiere] David Adam Byrnes Strikes Texas Country Gold with “I Ain’t Seen It Yet” from Upcoming Album ‘Neon Town’

It’s been a trying few years for David Adam Byrnes. He’s experienced the highs of consistent success at radio and the lows of music industry mayhem. Now that he’s made it out the other side, and with his career now solely in his hands, Byrnes is ready to release his new album, Neon Town, on Friday.

The success of the album’s first three singles, “Beer Bucket List,” “I Can Give You One” and “Neon Town,” all of which skyrocketed to number one status in Texas, cements Byrnes as one of the go-to hitmakers in the Texas country music scene.

Pro Country is proud to premiere track nine on the album, “I Ain’t Seen It Yet,” before the album’s release! Mixing a windows down, driving melody with a lyric that delves into an old flame moving on more quickly than one might hope, this track strikes Texas country gold.

Byrnes has held on to the track for nearly a decade in search of a project on which it would fit. With Neon Town, Byrnes feels he has found it.

“It’s a song I wrote almost 10 years ago and I’ve always loved it, but it never found a home on any of my projects,” says Byrnes. “It fit this record like a glove, and I felt like it truly wrapped this record up perfectly.”

Byrnes says Neon Town is the truest representation of himself that he has ever put on record, and says he is anxiously awaiting the response from his fans.

“It’s the first time I’ve felt like a record 100% represented who I am as an artist and person. It’s country music the way I think it should be represented, and I’m so thankful to Trent, Bart, all the writers and musicians that helped me make it happen,” says Byrnes. “I can’t wait to see what the fans think of it!”

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