Song We’re Gabbing About: Luke Pell’s “Pretty Close”

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While fans of ABC’s The Bachelorette had high hopes that Luke Pell would be the next star of The Bachelor, the county singer-songwriter was passed over in favor of Nick Viall. That, however, worked out to the advantage of his legion of fans who were clamoring for new music from the rising star.

America may have fallen in love with Pell for his Southern charm and good looks, but the country-singer songwriter is showing that he’s more than just a reality television star. Last week, Pell released his single “Pretty Close,” an up-tempo track that’s sure to win him even more fans. “Heaven might not be at the end of this old dirt road,” Pell sings, “But it’s pretty close.”

Pell is signed with Peermusic and is working on more music with an all-star list of names, including producer Brandon Kinney, Cole Swindell, Ash Bowers, Jaron Boyer, and Dan+Shay. He’ll release an EP later this year.

Get a taste of “Pretty Close” below and then head over to iTunes and Spotify for a full listen!

Serious question, though: who needs The Bachelor when you look and sound like Luke Pell?!

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