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Kip Moore's Acoustic Album, 'Room to Spare,' Gets Release Date

October 12, 2018

Kip Moore made a promise to fans that he'd put together an acoustic project, and now he's ready to deliver on that commitment. The country singer has announced the release of Room to Spare: The Acoustic Sessions, slated for Nov. 16.

The EP offers seven songs, with a stripped down version of the applauded "Plead the Fifth" from Moore's 2018 album Slowheart appearing alongside six songs that he has previously recorded, but never released.

Moore is a co-writer on five of the tracks, drawing in talent like Charlie Worsham, Natalie Hemby, Luke Dick and Blair Daly to collaborate on songs like "Tennessee Boy," "Love You to the Moon," "Part of Growing Up" and more. A song called "It Ain't California" was partially inspired by the passing of Tom Petty.

"This project has been really cathartic as it doesn’t have the pressures of a full record, and allows you to mix things up a little bit creatively, but also totally strip things down, too," Moore shares with American Songwriter. 

The album is available for preorder now.

Kip Moore's Room to Spare: The Acoustic Sessions Track Listing: 

1. "Plead the Fifth" (Acoustic Version) (Luke Dick, Josh Kear)
2. "Tennessee Boy" (Kip Moore, Dan Couch)
3. "Love You to the Moon" (Charlie Worsham, Natalie Hemby, Luke Dick)
4. "It Ain’t California" (Kip Moore, Charlie Worsham, Jon Mabe)
5. "Wish It Was Me" (Kip Moore, Adam Browder, Scott Stepakoff, Dan Couch)    
6. "Come Home With You" (Kip Moore, Troy Verges, Blair Daly)
7. "Part of Growing Up" (Kip Moore, Josh Miller, Andrew DeRoberts)