Bailey Zimmerman Announces Debut LP ‘Religiously. The Album’
Bailey Zimmerman has announced details of his first full-length album. The country sensation will release Religiously. The Album on 12 May.
Zimmerman is featured as a co-writer on 11 of the 16 tracks, including the soaring title track and new single, Religiously, out now – listen below.
“The past two years of my life have been insane and the fact that I get to release my first ever album is so surreal,” Zimmerman shares in a statement. “Thank you to everyone that has had my back through thick and thin. I will never be able to repay y’all for the love and support, this album is for you.”
Zimmerman added on an Instagram post to announce the album, “None of this is possible without all of y’all out there supporting me through thick and thin the last couple years, this one’s for you.”
The celebrated singer/songwriter was also recently announced as a first-time 2023 CMT Music Awards nominee. Zimmerman received a nod in the Breakthrough Male Video of the Year category for his Platinum-selling, No 1 debut single Fall In Love, as well as the Male Video of the Year category for Rock And A Hard Place. The Platinum-certified hit is one of the Top 3 most-streamed country songs of the year in the US. With national TV performances on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Good Morning America and Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, the track has earned nearly 550 million global streams to date and is currently Top 20 on Billboard’s all-genre Hot 100 chart.
Zimmerman’s 2022 record-shattering debut EP, Leave The Light On, made history upon release as not only the most-streamed all-genre debut of 2022, but also the biggest streaming country debut of all time. Currently No. 4 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and Top 30 on the Billboard 200, the EP continues to be a worldwide success, holding firm inside the Top 30 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart and Top 20 on the ARIA Country Albums Chart.
The Illinois native is out on the road now with global superstar Morgan Wallen for his 2023 One Night At A Time World Tour, kicking off overseas in New Zealand and Australia this week before returning to the US in April.