Singer/songwriter Filmore announces highly anticipated debut album, State I’m Inis set to arrive on September 25th, featuring recent hit ‘Other Girl‘ (over 21m streams to date). The rising country star, who was due to play London’s C2C Festival in March, first teased the news with eager fans last week via social media.

The 18-song project chronicles a chapter of his life filled with changes, including his recent engagement earlier this summer to long-time girlfriend Paige, planning a fall/autumn wedding and seeing his worldwide fan base continue to grow amidst a global pandemic. Fans can pre-save or pre-order the album here:

“This album is a look into my life over the last few years. It’s the ups and downs in relationships, experiences from my hometown, life on the road, and living in Nashville,” shares the Missouri-native. “I wrote every song from a real and personal place with amazing writers and friends. My hope is that you can listen to this album from start to finish and know who Filmore is by the end. Knowing that these songs relate to others, to help them get through a break-up, or celebrate love, or just let them enjoy a night out with friends, is why I made this album. State I’m In can be a state of mind or a specific location that helps you remember a moment in your life. For me, every one of these songs represents a moment in time that made me who I am today.”

Produced by Zach Abend (Chris Young, Ingrid Andress, Cale Dodds), State I’m In seamlessly blends country music sensibilities with pop and electronic elements in earnest and features a number of brand new tracks including upcoming radio single, “Nothing’s Better,” along with breakthrough track “Slower” and fan favourites, “Other Girl,” “Love That About You,” and “London,” which he shot a video for in the UK capital last year.

“I grew up listening to all types of music – my parents music and the radio stations in my hometown. From high school to college and even after moving to Nashville, my musical influences continue to grow,” shares Filmore. “The motto I try to follow when writing and recording is ‘anything but typical.’ I’ve been in Nashville almost nine years, and in the last couple it feels like I’ve hit a groove creatively.”

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