Following their ACM “Album of the Year” nomination, and #1 debut on Billboard Country Albums chart with sophomore album Happy Endings, acclaimed 2018 CMA& two-time ACM “Group of the Year”– Nashville hitmakers Old Dominion share their new single ‘Never Be Sorry’, from their self-titled new album out on 25th October– Listen HERE

Old Dominion frontman Matthew Ramsey explains, “‘Never Be Sorry’ is about that unfortunate realization when sometimes you’re in a relationship that just wasn’t what you thought it was and also wasn’t what it used to be.  It can be a hard, sad and frustrating, but also important to remember that you loved that person and shouldn’t be apologetic for loving them.  Maybe it didn’t work out, but like the song says, you cannot be sorry for falling in love with that person.  Remembering those details, and the good parts that made the relationship unique and special, is what keeps it alive in some way, forever in your heart.”

Having amassed an incredible 1.5 billion on-demand audio and video streams across tracks,  ‘Make It Sweet’ was the first taste of the bands third album, reaching #1 on Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase charts, making it Old Dominion’s 7th #1 song.  They also recently shared One Man Band, a fan favourite on the live tour, which has already accumulated over 40 million streams.  

For the first time, the band will be co-producing the album, alongside longtime collaborator, Grammy award winner Shane McAnally.  Click HERE to view their performance of the  new single on Good Morning America!

The band have also announced headline dates in the UK this autumn, as part of their world “Make It Sweet Tour”. The UK dates kick off on the 10th October in London at the Eventim Apollo and include Belfast, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow. 

Old Dominion are Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen, Whit Sellers, Geoff Sprung and Brad Tursi.Virginians Ramsey (lead vocals) and Sellers (drummer) knew each other from High School and met Tursi (guitarist) and Sprung (Bassist) in college. The band was completed by Detroit native Rosen, whom the others met in Nashville, where they each moved to pursue careers as songwriters (Ramsey, Rosen, Tursi) and session players (Sprung and Sellers). In Nashville, Ramsey, Rosen, and Tursi have enjoyed major success writing for other artists, collectively scoring an impressive string of hits (including seven No. 1’s) for such artists as Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Keith Urban, Tyler Farr, Sam Hunt, and The Band Perry. 

For the full list of dates and tickets for the “Make It Sweet Tour’ – click HERE.

The UK dates are:

10th                  London, Eventim Apollo
12th                  Belfast, Waterfront Hall Auditorium
14th                  Manchester, Albert Hall
15th                  Birmingham, o2 Academy
16th                  Glasgow, o2 Academy