Following his 2019 debut Pony and 2020’s EP Show Pony, country singer Orville Peck has announced his sophomore album Bronco. The 15-track album will be released in three separate chapters, the first of which arrived on streaming today.
Fans received four singles in the installment. There’s the LP’s lead single “Daytona Sand,” along with “C’mon Baby, Cry,” “Outta Time” and “Any Turn.”
“C’mon Baby, Cry” came with a music video directed by Austin Peters, who worked with Peck on visuals across the Bronco album.
The video opens with Peck singing at a western bar and having glass bottles thrown at him, and then cuts to him performing on a neon-lit stage as an admirer watches on.
“I got an hour or so, take my hand and let it go,” Peck croons. “Call me up anytime, c’mon baby, cry.”
Bronco will be out in full on streaming services on April 8.
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