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Just in time for February 14, singer-songwriter Lewis Brice releases new single "Call Me Yours," the "perfect Valentine's Day soundtrack (Taste of Country)." Taste of Country exclusively premiered the track, noting "Call Me Yours" is a lyrical confession of a man's past romantic transgressions, wedded to a chorus in which he reveals that he's changed thanks to the love of a good woman.”

When you called me yours, everything changed

Rolled off your lips and I'll never be the same

Ain't no way I could ever go back

When you go and say a thing like that

Ain't that man anymore

Thought I'd heard it all before

Then you call me yours, yours, yours

Then you call me yours, yours, yours

“I may not have been the writer of this song, but I felt like it was the perfect continuation of a love story that came to life with some of my other singles, 'It’s You' and 'That’s a Given,'" shares Brice. "My buddies Rob Hatch, Ben Simonetti and Adam James wrote it on a writers retreat we were all on, and I just fell in love with it and am so stoked to release it right in time for Valentine’s Day!”

The song is another romantic single from the country singer, with previous single “It’s You” amassing more than 15 million streams, as covered in People, the video featured Brice's fiancé Denelle Manzer. "Call Me Yours" is the second release of a forthcoming album from Brice, set for release in August of this year.

Brice has been named one of Rolling Stone Country’s “2017’s New Country Artists You Need to Know” and Billboard’s “Country Artists to Watch in 2018”. Tracks from the EP were featured on SiriusXM The Highway, CMT Music, and Spotify’s New Boots & Wild Country playlists, and its lead single 'Best Ex Ever' reached the Top 40 of MusicRow’s Country Breakout radio chart.

In October 2021, Double Down Music, a publishing division of PIA Music Group (PIA), partnered with Pump House Music to announce the signing of Brice to the new publishing company.


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