(Listen) Midland’s New Single, “Make A Little,” Continues the Band’s Infectious Old-School Country Sound

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Country’s newest male trio, Midland—comprised of Mark Wystrach, Cameron Duddy and Jess Carson— hit the country scene with a bang when they released their debut single, “Drinkin’ Problem.” The industry and fans took notice of the band’s old-school country sound.

With “Drinkin’ Problem”—written by Midland, Josh Osborne and Shane McAnally—peaking at No. 3 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, the trio has recently released their latest single “Make A LIttle.” The new tune is the second from their upcoming album, On the Rocks, due out Friday, Sept. 22.

“Make A Little,” written by the same writers of “Drinkin’ Problem,” continues their throwback country sound. The three-part harmonies blend effortlessly as Wystrach croons about convincing his girlfriend that there is not enough love in the world, so therefore they should make a little. Sounds reasonable, right?

“So we should make a little / Generate a little / Maybe even make the world a better place a little / We could turtle dove, Dixieland delight / You know it can’t be wrong when it feels so right / It all comes down to you and me girl / There’s just not enough love in the world / So we should make a little / Then make a little more tonight,” Wystrach sings in the chorus

The trio recently opened a couple of dates on Tim and Faith’s Soul2Soul tour and will be joining Jon Pardi on the CMT on Tour Presents Jon Pardi’s Lucky Tonight Tour that kicks off Oct. 12 in Birmingham, Ala., with country’s new female trio Runaway June.

Listen to “Make A Little” below.