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Features from Zac Brown, Joe Bonamassa & Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey
√ Debuts new song, ‘No Daylight’; watch official video here
√ Toured with Zac Brown Band as special guest on ‘The Comeback Tour;’ joining group to open for The Rolling Stones Nov. 11; special performance on ABC’s ‘The Bachelorette’ season 18
On Friday, country singer-songwriter Caroline Jones officially announced her anticipated sophomore album, “Antipodes,” distributed in partnership with ONErpm, to be released Nov. 12. The 13-track record includes features and credits from an all-star group of artists the multiinstrumentalist has met along her career, including Grammy Award-winning musician Zac Brown, Joe Bonamassa, Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey and Mac McAnally.
“Antipodes” preorder is available now here.
Often used to describe parts of the world diametrically opposite, “Antipodes” was thoughtfully selected as Jones’ sophomore album title as she spent the majority of lockdown in New Zealand working on the record and falling in love with her now fiancé. This experience is projected in each of the tracks, including new song “No Daylight,” which was also released today. The ethereal, islandy ballad is brought to life through a self-shot official video chronicling her love story as it unfolds across New Zealand.
Stream “No Daylight” and watch the official video, featuring personal footage from her travels in New Zealand here.
Jones will be a featured performer on this season of ABC’s “The Bachelorette.” The episode will feature a special performance of her hit song “Chasin’ Me,” and is scheduled to air Tuesday, Oct. 26, on ABC.
Jones has been on the road all summer performing as a special guest in Zac Brown Band on “The Comeback Tour” and will join ZBB as an opener for The Rolling Stones on Nov. 11. This comes as a natural progression, as she previously opened for the group on three separate tours, performed alongside them at various festivals, and collaborated with Brown to co-produce one of “Antipodes’ ” standouts, “So Many Skies.”
Later in November, Jones will play album release shows in her home state of Florida.
Declared one of Rolling Stone’s “10 Country Artists You Need to Know,” Jones wrote and co-produced her new lead single, “Come In (But Don’t Make Yourself Comfortable),” off her sophomore studio album with Grammy and Academy Award-winning producer Ric Wake (Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston).
Previously, Jones has toured with the likes of Jimmy Buffett & the Eagles, OneRepublic, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Vince Gill, Kip Moore, Kenny Chesney, Sara Evans and Lee Brice, among others. She has also shared the stage with both Buffett and Chesney, which lead to a collaboration with the release of “Gulf Coast Girl (ft. Jimmy Buffett, Kenny Chesney, Lukas Nelson and Mac McAnally as ‘The Pelicanaires’)”.
To learn more about Caroline Jones, visit www.carolinejones.com.