Lauren Alaina Preps Sophomore Album, Check Out A New Song Demo (AUDIO)

Lauren Alaina has been prepping her sophomore album for several months now, and although there is still no release date for a lead single, Lauren has started to unveil new material. We have the demo for a possible cut on the new album right here!

Music Row confirms that Lauren cut a song called “Livin For The Night Kinda Town,” which is cowritten by Jaron Boyer, Matt Bronleewe, and Phil Barton. Check out the demo here:

UPDATE: Well, the song was taken down. More indication it’s a song aimed at Lauren’s upcoming album and not an old cut.

Disclaimer: We can’t confirm 100% that this song was cut for Lauren’s sophomore album as opposed to her debut album but the song’s ID number in the only database where we could find it points to it coming into existence after Wildflower was released.

Last week, Lauren debuted a song called “Break Down” which is cowritten by Heather Morgan and Jimmy Robbins at the Team UMG At The Ryman showcase during Country Radio Seminar. Unfortunately there has been no media from that but Lauren does have an WJVC “Girls With Guitars” gig coming up 3/7. If she sings new material there then there’s a better chance we’ll get some video.

Meanwhile, check out a list of songs Lauren has cowritten for her sophomore album:

“N O” (Lauren/Ross Copperman, Ryan Tyndell)
“That Chevrolet” (Lauren, Heather Morgan)
“Catching Fire” (Lauren, Cary Barlowe, Shane Stevens)
“Goodbye Song” (Lauren, Cary Barlowe, Eric Paslay)
“The World Inside Of Your Heart” (Lauren, Cary Barlowe, Eric Paslay)
“I’ll Remember For You” (Lauren, Jessi Alexander, Troy Verges)

Lauren is also confirmed to be writing with Voice alum Nicolle Galyon (who cowrote highlight tracks “Growing Her Wings” and “Dirt Road Prayer” on Lauren’s debut album) and country hitmakers Luke Laird and Ashley Gorley.

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