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Ben Ransom Brings The Nostalgia Of Aussie Summers On New Single

Summer, sunsets, songs and sex ... Ben Ransom’s latest single, “Come Back For More”, is every inch the cool breeze that washes nostalgic memories of summer romance over you.

As the sixth single lifted from Ben’s ARIA #3 Country Album, “Brave New World”, it is produced by Matt Fell and skilfully played by some of the best musicians from across the globe including guitarist, Rob McNelley (Dolly Parton/Blake Shelton), Chris McHugh (Keith Urban/Carrie Underwood) and of course, Matt Fell himself who contributes everything from bass to guitars and everything else in between.

“For me, Come Back for More, is a song all about creating memories with your new flame set against the backdrop of the Aussie summer”, says Ben.

Inspiration for a good song can hit at anytime, and Ransom says this particular song popped into his head while driving to a gig.

“It was a beautiful summer’s afternoon, the windows were down and I kept singing the chorus over and over, adding new bits each time. Of course its all drawn from personal experiences and its absolutely one of my favourites on the album”.

“Come Back For More” is at radio on Tuesday 7th September and available on Ben Ransom’s latest album, “Brave New World”, out now through Country Rocks Records/MGM Distribution.

Born and raised in Sydney, Ben, started playing guitar and writing songs at the age of fifteen. Growing up, he was constantly exposed to a broad range of music that strongly influences his own original writing style. It has allowed Ben to draw the listener in on many different levels and connect in a more personal way.

In 1999, Ben left Australia to spend time in Europe, essentially to hone his skills and develop his musical style. He cut his teeth in the heart of London’s West End with a permanent residency in one of the most happening venues at the time. Ben’s down to earth personality and ability to deliver live saw him become one of the hottest, most sought after artists in that scene, bringing “the spirit of a B&S Ball to the heart of London”. Ben toured extensively throughout the UK and Europe before returning to Australia where his passion in music held root.


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