It opens with the title cut, “Feels Good To Me,” which has a laid back vibe to it and it is followed by the upbeat and fun “Back To Me.” “Good Love” is a track that will put a smile on his listeners’ faces.
One of my personal favorites is “Don’t Forget to Write,” which deals with leaving and moving on from a relationship.
In “Don’t Stop,” Ross’ warm vocals are reminiscent to those of Keith Urban and being a fan of the Aussie country mega-star that should be taken as a huge compliment. “That Was Yesterday” has a traditional sound to it.
The only mediocre track is “Along With Me,” but it is still a better listen than the album cuts that most artists include on their records.
“Feels Good To Me” closes with the melodically stunning “I Almost Missed It.”
Overall, I was pleasantly surprised with the top-notch quality of Ross Coppley’s new EP. Although I was not very familiar with his music prior to this album, I am now hooked on these songs. To quote its title, it will certainly “feel good” to the ears of country music fans. The EP garners 4.5 out of 5 stars. Well done Ross.
To learn more about rising country singer Ross Coppley, visit his official website