Continually inspired by their everyday surroundings, including daily life involving family and farming, the Hunter Brother’s sophomore album State of Mind (out January 25, 2019) showcases the magic that can be found in the seemingly mundane. It works to fuse together the brothers’ genuine positive outlook on life and love, through impactful tracks such as “Next Year”, “I Still Fall”, “Train”, and the first single from the record, “Lost”, which recently became their third Top 10 hit.
The Hunter Brothers’ debut album, Getaway, featured two Top 10 smash hits, “Those Were The Nights” and “Born and Raised”, the latter of which was recently selected as the official anthem for the 2018 IIHF World Junior Hockey Tournament.
2019 continues to see this unconventional group on the rise, with an upbeat new single, “Lost”, in the Top 10 at Canadian Country Radio. Early in 2019 the Hunter Brothers joined country superstars Paul Brandt, Jess Moskaluke and High Valley for The Journey Tour on 26 dates across the country.