Ernest is more than doubling the amount of tracks on his debut album, Flower Shops (The Album), with a forthcoming a deluxe edition dubbed Two Dozen Roses. 

Due Friday, Feb. 10., the project will add 13 brand new songs to his already 11-track-deep record, which will include the Platinum-selling title track featuring Morgan Wallen.

The singer co-wrote on all 13 new tracks, alone or with friends: Writing collaborations include Jordan Schmidt, Josh Thompson, Lady A's Charles Kelley, former Florida Georgia Line member Brian Kelley, Dean Dillon and more. The new batch features one duet with up-and-coming singer Jake Worthington. Ernest says the new songs continue the story of the original album.

"I can't wait for everyone to hear the new music," he shares in a press release. "It's even more of the real, honest storytelling that the album was built on, and continues the character's love story right where it left off with 'Some Other Bar.' It's very reflective, I think everyone will be able to relate to a part of the story in some way. I'm really proud of it!"

Ernest is giving fans a taste of the new collection of songs with the release of "Miss That Girl," "Unhang the Moon" and "Song We Used to Sing," out now. He has also shared a music video for "Miss That Girl," which was directed by Justin Clough and conceptualized by Ernest's wife, Delaney Royer. The album is available for pre-order here.

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Ernest's Flower Shops (The Album): Two Dozen Roses Tracklist:

1. "Sucker for Small Towns" (Ernest Keith Smith, Jacob Durrett, Ashley Gorley)
2. "Tennessee Queen" (Ernest Keith Smith, Dan Isbell, Jordan Schmidt)
3. "Classic" (Ernest Keith Smith, Jacob Durrett)
4. "Feet Wanna Run" (Ernest Keith Smith, Chris LaCorte, Brad Warren, Brett Warren)
5. "Comfortable When I'm Crazy" (Ernest Keith Smith, Rodney Clawson)
6. "Flower Shops" (feat. Morgan Wallen) (Ernest Keith Smith, Ben Burgess, Mark Holman)
7. "Did It With You" (Ernest Keith Smith, Rodney Clawson, Nathan Spicer)
8. "What It's Come To" (Ernest Keith Smith, Lily Rose, Ryan Vojtesak)
9. "If You Were Whiskey" (Ernest Keith Smith, Michael Carter, Ben Hayslip)
10. "Some Other Bar" (Ernest Keith Smith, Ashley Gorley, Ryan Vojtesak)
11. "Flower Shops" (feat. Morgan Wallen) [Acoustic] (Ernest Keith Smith, Ben Burgess, Mark Holman)
12. "This Fire" (Ernest Keith Smith, Rocky Block, Julian Bunetta, John Ryan)
13. "Wild Wild West" (Ernest Keith Smith, Jacob Durrett, Rafe Tenpenny)
14. "Hill" (Ernest Keith Smith, Jordan Schmidt, Brett Tyler)
15. "Burn Out" (Ernest Keith Smith, Andy Albert, Jordan Dozzi, Hunter Phelps)
16. "Nothin To Lose" (Ernest Keith Smith, Mark Holman, Josh Osborne)
17. "Songs We Used to Sing" (Ernest Keith Smith, Justin Ebach, Charles Kelley)
18. "Done at a Bar" (Ernest Keith Smith, Josh Thompson)
19. "Drunk With My Friends" (Ernest Keith Smith, Jordan Schmidt, Josh Thompson)
20. "Anything But Sober" (Ernest Keith Smith, Alysa Vanderheym)
21. "What Have I Got to Lose" (Ernest Keith Smith, Brian Kelley, Dean Dillon)
22. "Heartache in My 100 Proof" (feat. Jake Worthington) (Ernest Keith Smith, Jordan Schmidt, Josh Thompson)
23. "Unhang The Moon" (Ernest Keith Smith, Grady Block, Brad Clawson, Jacob Durrett)
24. "Miss That Girl" (Ernest Keith Smith, Brad Clawson, Jacob Durrett)

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