Morgan Evans Releases Five-Part Docuseries for Single ‘Over For You’


Evans is returning to London, Dublin and Glasgow this month for the C2C: Country To Country Festival

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (1 March, 2023) – “’Over For You’ is me singing what I’m feeling.” – Morgan Evans. In addition to showcasing his music, Evans is bringing viewers along on the ups and downs of his 2022 musical journey with a five-part documentary series, out today (WATCH HERE). The series takes you along in Australia and New Zealand, including CMC Rocks QLD Festival, where he debuted the single for 25,000 people. “This song is the most personal thing I’ve ever written and the most personal thing I’ve ever shared,” said Evans.

Directed by Peter John, the docuseries brings viewers backstage and back home where Evans grew up. After a year of planning and just weeks before shooting, Evans went through a divorce. That’s when Evans sat down to write what he calls “the song from my heart.” The CMC Rocks performance received hundreds of thousands of views on social media. In response, ‘Over For You – Live in Melbourne’ was then recorded and released to DSPs (LISTEN HERE). “It felt like channeling all that sort of awfulness into something positive,” said Evans.

More than a show, Evans says the song became a release. “I didn’t realize that I was going to feel this, but after I played it at CMC Rocks, I did feel a weight off my chest.” Evans recently released the music video for ‘Over For You’ (WATCH HERE). Also directed by Peter John, the video was captured in tandem with the documentary.

Praise for ‘Over For You’ has ranged from Us Weekly, E!, Entertainment Tonight, The Bobby Bones Show, Taste of Country and more. Describing the single, Billboard writes, “many of the best songs come from heartbreak, and this is absolutely one of Evans’ best releases to date.” People describes Evans “channeling his heartbreak into song,” and CMT says Evans “places his heart on the line.”

As he turned to his next musical chapter, Australian-born country artist Morgan Evans found himself seeking connection – and now, he’s totally plugged in. He teamed up with award-winning producer Dann Huff for his latest EP, The Country And The Coast Side A, and set aside his signature loop pedal to collaborate with a band of musicians for the first time in his U.S. career. For the project’s current single, ‘Country Outta My Girl’, Evans teamed up with Rivers Cuomo of the iconic 90’s band Weezer who offered his own perspective on the track with a brand new verse (LISTEN HERE). The EP builds outward and upward from the foundation Evans created with his debut album Things That We Drink To, which arrived Top 10 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and features the Gold-certified No. 1 debut single ‘Kiss Somebody’.

Named one of Country Radio Seminar’s renowned New Faces of Country Music in 2020, Evans has forged a path as one of the genre’s most promising stars. He has been named to People’s elite “Ones To Watch” list, MusicRow’s “Next Big Thing” list and Bobby Bones’ “Class of 2018,” with additional recognition from CMT, SiriusXM, Pandora, Rolling Stone, Billboard, The Tennessean and more.

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