Drew Parker To Drop Debut Full-Length Project In July

Drew Parker plans to deliver his debut full-length project, Camouflage Cowboy, on July 12 via Warner Music Nashville.

Produced by Jacob Rice, Camouflage Cowboy aims to authentically introduce Parker as an artist. As a songwriter, Parker puts an emphasis on hard-hitting country lyricism. He seeks to depict his life as father, a husband and a storyteller with the album, collaborating with hitmakers such as Jon Nite, Lindsay Rimes, Chris Destefano and Lee Thomas Miller, among others.

The 14-track collection includes singles “The Truck” and “Love The Leavin’” as well as “Better On A Boat,” a summer tune the artist wrote alongside Rice and Dan Isbell that is set for release tomorrow (June 14).

“I am so excited about this record,” says Parker. “[Camouflage Cowboy] is all about my family, my friends, my faith, my struggles and the way I grew up. I hope that you can connect to the songs and the stories, and it helps you along your journey in this life.”