The Cumberland River Project is a country music project led by Germany-based artist, songwriter, and guitarist, Frank Renfordt. He enlists various vocalists and musicians from across the world to streamline the country style to express a unique musicality and message. In his latest release, A Place Called Earth, The Cumberland River Project illuminates the abundance and bounty of the earth. Juxtaposing this magnificence with melancholy, the song breeds hope for a better world, one where we’re not plunderers but gardeners and preservers. 

The alt-country track has a lot of soul and sentiment. Its jingling acoustics and beat motif rolls through a horizon of vivid imagery. It feeds the imagination, embarking on an adventure to the miraculous ocean beds, the tranquil skies, and the mysteries that lie beyond. With warm baritones and a simplistic acoustic scape, the artist bonds emotion with wonder, prose with poetry, and wisdom with warning. 

Mastered by the legendary talent, Eroc (Grobschnitt, Tom Jones, Little Richard), and mixed insightfully by Frank, the track acquires a distinct flavor and sonic brand that belongs to TCRP. The outfit debuted in 2020 with a self-titled album and has since released a litany of warm country music that is thoroughly enjoyable. 

The track is available for streaming on popular websites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to A Place Called Earth by The Cumberland River Project here –