“Some relationships aren’t meant to last, however that doesn’t mean they are any less significant,” Michael Ray shares observantly. He’s referring to his newest track “One That Got Away,” from his forthcoming album Amos, which celebrates that one person who might be out of your league yet you pursue them anyway. It’s the latest advance-release from his forthcoming June 1 album.
“‘One That Got Away’ takes what would normally be a sad experience and flips it to embrace those moments. I think this song really celebrates one of the best parts of growing up–taking that risk on a relationship and opening yourself up to something that could be really great,” shares Ray.
The track was written by Josh Osborn, Matthew Ramsey (Old Dominion), Josh Rosen and Jesse Frasure.
“One That Got Away” is the newest song available to fans when they pre-order Amos and follows the release of the poignant breakup ballad “Her World Or Mine,” the pop-heavy album opener, “Fan Girl” and the Top 20-and-climbing single “Get To You.”
Amos Track Listing with songwriters:
- “Fan Girl” (Matt Jenkins/Brad Tursi/Josh Osborne)
- “One That Got Away” (Josh Osborne/Matthew Ramsey/Josh Rosen/Jesse Frasure)
- “Summer Water” (Heather Morgan/Lee Thomas Miller)
- “Get To You” (Abe Stoklasa/Pavel Dovgalyuk)
- “Forget About It” (Luke Laird/Jaren Johnston)
- “Her World Or Mine” (Brett Beavers/Jamie Paulin/Travis Denning)
- “You’re On” (Chase McGill/Jessi Alexander/Matt Jenkins)
- “I’m Gonna Miss You” (Corey Crowder/Matt McGinn)
- “Dancing Forever” (Ross Copperman/Shane McAnally/Matt Ramsey/Trevor Rosen)
- “Girl From Spring Break” (Ben Hayslip/Emily Weisband/ Rhett Akins)
- “Drink One For Me” (Josh Thompson/Jimmy Robbins/Jon Nite)
To celebrate the release of the album, Ray will kick off Warner Music Nashville’s 9th annual concert series with a Pickin’ for a Purpose event on May 31 benefiting Wrigley Cares: Helping Animals in Need. Wrigley Cares, named after Ray’s dog Wrigley, is a charitable initiative that provides financial and medical support for rescue animals, service pets and more. Over the span of his headlining “Get To You” Tour, Ray has collected more than 100k meals for shelter animals. Guests of all ages are invited to the Pickin’ season launch and are encouraged to bring donations for the local animal shelter. In the spirit of the event, puppies will be available for adoption and attendees are welcome to bring their own furry friends to join in the fun.
About Michael Ray Country singer-songwriter Michael Ray was a hit right out of the box, scoring both with critics and on the charts. With Country Aircheck boasting there are “big things on the horizon for Michael Ray” and his live shows lauded by USA Today as simply “lip-smacking good,” the Florida native backed up that praise with two number ones from his 2015 self-titled debut album with “Kiss You in the Morning” and “Think a Little Less.” His sophomore album, Amos, named for his grandfather and produced by the legendary Scott Hendricks (Alan Jackson, Faith Hill, Blake Shelton) will be released June 1. The album has already spawned the hit single “Get to You,” now climbing the Billboard charts and praised by Rolling Stone for its “impassioned chorus” and Ray’s impressive vocal range. Inspired by his rescue dog Wrigley, Ray created the charitable initiative Wrigley Cares: Helping Animals in Need, collecting donations for local animal shelters at every stop on his “Get To You” Tour in partnership with Zappos For Good. This summer Ray hits the road to play a variety of shows and festivals including Carolina Country Music Fest 2018 and will play direct support on Old Dominion’s Happy Endings World Tour this fall. Learn more about Ray at MichaelRayMusic.com or follow him on Facebook at facebook.com/MusicMichaelRay, Instagram @michaelraymusic and Twitter @MichaelrayMusic.http://www.countryschatter.com/2018/05/michael-ray-recalls-the-one-that-got-away-new-album-amos-available-everywhere-june-1/New ReleasesPress Release"Fan Girl","Her World Or Mine","the One That Got Away",Amos,Brad Tursi,Heather Morgan,Jimmy Robbins,Josh Osborne,Josh Thompson,Lee Thoomas MIller,Luke Laird,Matt McGinn,michael ray,Twitter