Thomas Rhett, Tyler Hubbard, Russell Dickerson sing about "Death Row"

Thomas Rhett has a new album coming out April 1st called Where We Started. TR has been teasing us with new songs here and there, but nothing is quite as poignant as a new song he just released from the album called "Death Row."

"Death Row," written by Thomas Rhett and his friends Zach Crowell and Ashley Gorley was inspired by a 2019 visit to death row inmates. Thomas Rhett, Russell Dickerson, and Tyler Hubbard from Florida Georgia Line went to death row in Nashville to play music for the inmates, but ended up walking away with life-changing stories and experiences that inspired this new song. If this song and TR's latest radio single "Slow Down Summer" is any indication, April 1st and the release of Where We Started can't get here soon enough!

Tyler took to Instagram to talk about the release of the song and the day they went to "Death Row."

The three reminisce about their day on "Death Row."

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