Old Dominion Releases “Break Up With Him” Via RCA

Single is first track officially released to radio via new record deal with RCA Records And Tapes.

Old Dominion may be new on the scene to many of you but their songs certainly aren’t. Lead singer Matthew Ramsey, multi-instrumentalist Trevor Rosen and lead guitarist Brad Tursi all have written big radio hits like “Chainsaw” and “Better Dig Two” for The Band Perry, “Neon” for Chris Young, “Wake Up Lovin’ You” for Craig Morgan, Tyler Farr’s “A Guy Walks Into A Bar,” and Dierks Bentley’s recent #1 “Say You Do,” to name but a couple songs, and now they’ve finally hit the ‘big time’ as their popular SiriusXM radio hit “Break Up With Him” is hitting mainstream country music radio today via their new record deal with RCA Records and Tapes.

The song, which has sold over 110,000 downloads based on mostly SiriusXM airplay, was written by the entire group (Which also includes Whit Sellers and Geoff Sprung) and was originally issued by their producer Shane McAnally’s indie label ReeSmack Records last year. The single is from their five track self-titled EP which RCA recently re-issued digitally. Other SiriusXM radio hits from the band include “Shut Me Up” (which charted independently last fall) and “Dirt On A Road,” a song which is available independently of the EP and was their first “hit” on the satellite broadcaster.