Colby Acuff Announces New Album ‘American Son’

Colby Acuff’s next album, American Son, seems poised to be his most poignant effort to date.

“The entire purpose for this project was to make something that could truly make an impact,” the artist detailed the forthcoming release on social media.

The 16-track album, set to arrive on Aug. 23, also seems set to pack a punch as Acuff explains: “After going through personal trials and hardships over the last year I decided that I couldn’t be the only one facing these issues. So I hope this album and these songs find you when you most need them.”

With the news, the artist has unveiled two new tracks from the album. The title tune and ‘Ain’t So Bad’ join previously released album offerings ‘Scared of the Dark’ and ‘Better Days.’ The record will also feature a collaboration with rising sibling trio The Castellows, as well as a cover of Leonard Cohen’s classic ‘Suzanne.’

For much of the summer into late 2024, Acuff will take these songs and more on the road as he tours alongside the likes of Luke Combs, Charles Wesley Godwin, Wyatt Flores, Whiskey Myers and Flatland Cavalry.