Old Dominion offers fans "Happy Endings" later this summer

ABC/Image Group LA The wait for Old Dominion’s sophomore album will come to an end August 25, with the release of the band's new project, Happy Endings.

“We’ve grown so much as a band and as songwriters over the last two years…” lead singer Matthew Ramsey says of the time that’s passed since their debut, Meat and Candy. “We think the songs on Happy Endings really showcase that."

OD’s second offering features the lead single, “No Such Thing as a Broken Heart,” which is currently in the top 20.

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