Emily Ann Roberts is back with her first new music in two years.

Released today (Oct. 7), "Whole Lotta Little" is a spirited, uplifting ode to the simple things in life. Penned by Roberts, Trent Willmon and Jeremy Spillman, the boot-scootin' track reminds us to celebrate the small successes and little moments that bring joy to everyday life.

"I wrote 'Whole Lotta Little' after getting married and moving into my first home with my husband. It was a 900 square feet apartment but it felt like a castle to me because it was ours," Roberts says. "A lot of times in life we think the big flashy things will make us happy but the biggest blessings in my life are the little ones. I'm big on the little things and living a simple life and I hope this song makes other people appreciate the little things in their life too."

Sonically, the blissful tune gives a nod to the native bluegrass and traditional country music that has heavily influenced the East Tennessee native since her youth.

"From the fiddle to the lyrics, this song is country through and through," Roberts notes. "It sounds like the mountain music I was raised on and takes me back there every time I sing it."

Listen to "Whole Lotta Little" below:

Roberts first emerged onto the country music scene as the runner-up from Season Nine of NBC's The Voice, where she earned a coveted spot on Blake Shelton's team. Since her time on the show, she's stayed busy out on the road, often performing on the Grand Ole Opry and as support for other major country acts, including Shelton and Reba McEntire.

A full list of Roberts' upcoming tour dates can be found below. Additional ticketing information is available at her official website.

Emily Ann Roberts' 2022 Tour Dates:

Oct. 8 - Groveland, Fla. @ Backyard Tour
Oct. 10 - Nashville, Tenn. @ Whiskey Jam
Oct. 12 - Nashville, Tenn. @ Grand Ole Opry
Oct. 14 - Knoxville, Tenn. @ Horse Haven of Tennessee Fundraiser
Oct. 20 - Pigeon Forge, Tenn. @ Dollywood
Nov. 3 - Nashville, Tenn. @ Skydeck on Broadway (with David Nail)
Nov. 4 - Memphis, Tenn. @ Graceland
Nov. 5 - Burlington, N.C. @ Backyard Tour
Nov. 11 - Orlando, Fla. @ Ole Red
Nov. 12 - Lehigh Acres, Fla. @ Backyard Tour
Nov. 19 - Oshkosh, Wis. @ Winnebago County Fair
Dec. 9 - Wise, Va. @ Zion Family Ministries
Dec. 10 -  Bluefield, Wis. @ Historic Granada Theater
Dec. 11 - Knoxville, Tenn. @ Redemption Church

8 Songs You Didn't Know Brett Eldredge Wrote

Illinois native Brett Eldredge first burst onto the country scene with the release of his 2013 debut record Bring You Back. The album spawned three No. 1 hits, "Don't Ya," "Beat of the Music" and "Mean to Me," and kicked off a career that's lasted nearly a decade.

Eldredge kept the momentum going with the release of his 2015 album Illinois, which included the infectious singles "Lose My Mind," "Drunk on Your Love" and the romantic ode "Wanna Be That Song." Just two years later, his impressive self-titled record showcased a more evolved sound, which was spotlighted on singles "Somethin' I'm Good At," "The Long Way" and "Love Someone."

Although Eldredge's career was continuing to flourish, the 36-year-old wanted a change of pace. He stepped away from all social media platforms and switched out his smartphone for an old school flip phone, allowing himself to put a new focus on writing music and staying in the moment. With a new batch of music ready to go, he recruited Ian Fitchuk and Daniel Tashian, who produced Kacey MusgravesGolden Hour, to work on the project. Released in 2020, the incredibly personal Sunday Drive showed off a more organic, stripped-down sound that gave a new depth to Eldredge's sound.

A longtime fan of classic crooners like Frank Sinatra, Eldredge has also recorded two retro, big band-inspired holiday albums: 2016's Glow and 2021's Mr. Christmas. Although most know Eldredge for his vocal talents and energetic personality, he's also proved himself as a truly gifted songwriter. The vast majority of the tracks within his musical catalog have either been fully written or co-written by Eldredge, which is one of the reasons why his music consistently feels authentic, raw and heartfelt.

Eldredge is gearing up to release his fifth studio album, Songs About You, on June 17. Fans have gotten a sneak preview of what's to come from this latest collection of music with the release of the record's heartbreaking title track, along with follow-up cuts "Wait Up For Me" and "I Feel Fine."

Ahead of this new batch of music, let's take at eight great country songs written by Brett Eldredge and recorded by other artists.

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