Jeremy McComb Shares ‘Swampy’ New Single “Withdrawals”
Nashville-based artist and songwriter Jeremy McComb teams up with Dan Olsen and Swedish songwriter Linnea Lundgren to pen the new release “Withdrawls”.
The track was co-written in the Swedish Archipelago in the Baltic Sea in a home owned by a fifth generation of the Tolstoy family.
“Withdrawals is pretty magical for me,” expresses McComb. “We were sitting in the island home owned by a fifth generation family member of Leo Tolstoy overlooking the Baltic sea just outside of Stockholm, Sweden when Dan Olsen and I wrote this song with Swedish songwriter, Linnea Lundgren. The idea started with “If Thoughts turn into things”.. from there it morphed into the addiction to love and lust and all it encompasses when you meet someone you can’t stop thinking about.“
“Withdrawals” is the first song written as part of a new Swedish/U.S. songwriter exchange to launch sometime next year. McComb plans to return to Sweden in September 2021 to perform at the Live at Heart Festival in Orebro, Sweden.
“It’s a fun, tempo, riff heavy song so.. I Hope people dance their asses off to it, connect their own story to it and come sing it at the top of their lungs at a festival soon,” he shares.
When not on the road performing, McComb is at home in Nashville with his wife Kourtney Hansen who played “Emily” on the Hit TV show “Nashville” and his kids Kennady, Knox & Ryker. With a lot on the horizon, he isn’t planning on stoping now.
“I’ll be touring touring, my podcast (2Dumb2Quit) and shooting a pilot along with some exciting releases this year — from “Withdrawals,” to my song, “13 Steps” about my private tour of Folsom Prison.”
You can learn more about Jeremy McComb by visiting his Instagram.