Old Dominion aimed to create a meaningful album with “Happy Endings”

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By Annie Reuter

Courtesy of RCA Records NashvilleOld Dominion saw massive success with their debut album, Meat and Candy, and they admit there was some pressure when creating their follow-up project, Happy Endings. This time around, though, the band focused on their talents as songwriters, and their desire to create songs with meaning.

“There definitely is more pressure,” frontman Matthew Ramsey tells People. “The first album you kind of expect it to not work a little bit. You’re like, ‘Eh, nobody is going to care about this.’ And then it does work and you’re like, ‘Oh wow, cool, that worked! …read more      

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