Randy Houser has announced plans to release his new album Magnolia this fall, and with the news comes another song from the singer-songwriter, the thoughtful ballad “No Stone Unturned.”
The 12-track album, which was produced by Keith Gattis and recorded at his studio in East Nashville, derives its title from the nickname of Houser’s home state, Mississippi. Houser, who began his career penning hits like Trace Adkins’ “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,” co-wrote all the songs on Magnolia, with “No Stone Unturned” following “What Whiskey Does” as the second release from the album. Unlike the moody, hypnotic chug of “What Whiskey Does,” however, “No Stone Unturned” is an airy, pattering tune with crisp production and a full-throated vocal to match. Co-written with Dallas Davidson, it will also serve as Magnolia‘s opening track.