Multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Kip Moore’s fifth studio album Damn Love is out now, available to listen here. Co-produced by Moore, along with Jaren Johnston (The Cadillac Three), the 13 tracks hold on to passion, with the persistent anthem “Heart on Fire”, while “Another Night In Knoxville” captures the magnetic draw of the stage as a sweeping ’70s-rock ballad that soundtracks a long-cherished memory. Meanwhile, the refreshing “Kinda Bar” conjures magic from a roadside tavern, and a comforting sense of clarity arrives with the gentle instant classics, “Some Things” and “One Heartbeat” (featuring Ashley McBryde). Moore is also sharing the music video for “Sometimes She Stays” as the third instalment in a series of recently released clips, “Damn Love” and “Kinda Bar”. Directed by PJ Brown, the last piece of the story depicts Moore and his love interest revisiting moments in their relationship, set against the backdrop of New York City. Fans can watch the “Sometimes She Stays” video here. “Jaren Johnston and I kicked off this album after writing “Peace & Love”, which helped to create a theme for the rest of the record,” says Moore. “‘Damn Love’ comes from a combination of progression within myself and my career, and being emotionally raw, and the honesty that came along with some self-realisation. This record shares all the highs and lows throughout my life, and I hope those who listen can feel that.” The genre-blending songsmith has a history of entrancing audiences and growing a truly global following, receiving worldwide praise and kicking off his DAMN LOVE WORLD TOUR with multiple sold-out headlining shows in Australia and South Africa. Moore will continue his DAMN LOVE WORLD TOUR with headlining shows in Germany, the Netherlands and the UK (seven headline dates in May), along with a slot at Bonnaroo (Tennessee) this summer. Inviting special guest The Cadillac Three along for his US autumn tour, this headlining run will launch in Michigan on Aug. 24th. For a full list of tour dates, visit kipmoore.net.