The American Idol winner recently revealed details of the debut album with Good Morning America, including its May 18 release date. The 11-track album includes the title track, which is already a hit. “Hold On” is the album’s third track and it was written by Stapleton and Jim Beavers. There’s also a song on the album that includes an Urban songwriting credit. That’s the album’s 10th track, “Falling (Remix).” Urban co-wrote that one with Dallas Davidson and Brett James. There are also several songs on the album that Harmon put pen to paper and helped to write.
For this record, Harmon recorded the music in Nashville with producers Jimmy Robbins and Scott Borchetta. You Got ‘Em All has been a long time coming and the 27-year-old is ready to get the music in the hands of his fans.
“It is surreal that this moment is almost here,” said Trent. “My album is two years in the making, and it was worth every minute. I’m grateful to have taken the time to write songs, which was never something I had never done before. The fact that I have been able to make this album so personal is very special to me.’
You Got ‘Em All is now available for pre-order by clicking on the album art below. Fans will also get a chance to hear the music live on his summer headlining dates. See a full list of tour dates on Harmon’s website.
You Got ‘Em All Track Listing:
1. “You Got ‘Em All”
2. “There’s a Girl”
3. “Hold On”
5. “First Five Minutes”
6. “Money’s On You”
7. “’Cause I Do”
8. “On Paper”
9. “My Somebody”
10. “Falling (Remix)”
Watch Harmon reveal details of the album to GMA: