David Nail “Fighter” Tracklist & Cover Art

Singer/songwriter reveals details about fourth album — set to be issued in July — from MCA Nashville.

With lead single “Nights On Fire” now Top 20, David Nail has announced the tracklist and cover art — the latter one via a fan reveal on social media — for his new album Fighter. The album, set to hit stores on Friday, July 15, features 11 tracks with seven of the songs written or co-written by the talented vocalist.

The Fighter album was produced by Frank Liddell, the man who has helmed Nail’s previous three albums I’m About To Come Alive, The Sound Of A Million Dreams and I’m A Fire. The record represents some changes in David’s life as he describes the project below:

“I truly believe this album, from top to bottom, is the first time I have been able to tell my story in real-time of where I am right now as an artist, a husband and a father,” said David Nail. “I wrote more songs for this album than I have for any of my other three so it’s already more personal. Fighter speaks to my journey, my life and now to where I am personally and professionally.”

Fighter is available for pre-order now: http://umgn.us/fighterD2C


David Nail Fighter Tracklist:

  1. Good At Tonight (TJ Osborne, John Osborne, Troy Verges, Barry Dean) — *Featuring Brothers Osborne
  2. Night’s On Fire (Jonathan Singleton, Deric Ruttan)
  3. Ease Your Pain (Chris Stapleton, Lee Thomas Miller, Jesse Frasure)
  4. Home (David Nail, Barry Dean, Lori McKenna) — *Featuring Lori McKenna
  5. Lie With Me (Abe Stoklasa, Marc Beeson)
  6. I Won’t Let You Go (David Nail) — *Featuring Vince Gill
  7. Fighter (David Nail, Scooter Carusoe, Troy Verges)
  8. Babies (David Nail, Scooter Carusoe, Lee Thomas Miller
  9. Got Me Gone (David Nail, Dave Barnes, Jonathan Singleton)
  10. Champagne Promise (David Nail, Lee Thomas Miller) — *Featuring Logan Brill
  11. Old Man’s Symphony (David Nail) — *Featuring Bear Rinehart and Bo Rinehart of NEEDTOBREATHE


  • Kevin Kind Songs

    Good artist, hope he gets the recognition...

  • Jason

    I tell you what David nail is one of my favorite artists and country music. And his singles take so long to actually break into the top 30 and 20 that for the life of me I really thought they were done and the label had stopped promoting the singles and marketing was not going to be forthcoming for a new record because the single has been out for so Long before charting. Whatever she's Got was the same way.....it took like eight months to a year after release before that thing went number one. I really had given up hope on nights on fire but obviously it's pushed through to top 20 status. Now he just needs to have for once a follow-up single from the same record that actually does well.