Thompson Square Feeling Good About New Music

03/27/2013
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(Radio.com) Keifer and Shawna Thompson have a lot going for them. The Thompson Square duo's song "If I Didn't Have You," the lead track off their sophomore album Just Feels Good, is the fastest-rising single of their career. Suffice it to say, the married pair are feeling good.

"Everybody knows in this business, as fickle as it is, you never know how long you're going to be around," Keifer told Radio.com. "It certainly feels good to have had the success that we had on the first album. It feels good to be able to say we have a second album coming out. It feels good the single is doing so well. It feels good that we're on the Luke Bryan tour this year. Everything about our career and what's going on in our life it does just feel good. The album and the way it flows and everything it feels good."

So, naturally they decided to name their brand-new album Just Feels Good. The album hit stores this week. "The actual song came in at the very last minute. We needed just one more feel good [song]," Keifer explained.

The band wrote six of the 13 tracks themselves, but Shawna says they all have a little bit of Thompson Square in them. "Every single song, even the ones we didn't write have a piece of us in them. That's the reason why we picked them. It's our life."

While Keifer jokes that the new album is Thompson Square 2.0, Shawna explains that he's not far off here.

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