Celebrate Old Dominion's New Album With 10 Of The Band's Best Songs

Old Dominion announced over the summer that its self-titled third album would be released October 25 — and we cannot wait!

The new album follows their 2015 breakthrough debut, Meat and Candy, and 2017's Happy Endings; both which were RIAA certified gold and their sophomore album went to #1 on the charts. The band has been teasing fans about the new album by releasing a handful of incredible singles including “One Man Band,” “My Heart Is A Bar” and more.

To celebrate Old Dominion's new album, and the band's career so far, we're also taking a look at some of our favorite songs. And Old Dominion fans will be able to listen to the new album, their favorite OD songs, plus millions of other songs, albums and playlists for free from October 25th through October 27th! All you have to do is open up the iHeartRadio app and enjoy!

Keep scrolling to jam out to our favorite tracks (in no particular order) and get ready for Old Dominion on October 25!

“Stars In The City”


“Nowhere Fast”

“New York At Night”

“Said Nobody”

“Hotel Key”

“One Man Band”

“Written In The Sand”

“Be With Me”

“Some People Do”

For more of your favorite Old Dominion songs and tracks hand-picked by the band, check out the Curated By: Old Dominion playlist, which you can listen to for free from October 25th through October 27th.

This weekend, fans can listen to Old Dominion's new album, as well as all of their previous albums, on demand on iHeartRadio for free! Beginning October 25th through October 27th, iHeartRadio is handing over the keys to music fans to experience ALL that the app has to offer during All Access FREE Preview Weekend. In other words, experience all the perks of All Access on iHeartRadio ... for FREE. Search and play any song instantly, create unlimited playlists or listen to the hundreds of playlists we’ve created (including playlists curated by your favorite artists), as well as replay and save songs directly from the radio to your phone, and enjoy unlimited skips. Just open up your app and enjoy!

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