Old Dominion were hanging out in Nashville Monday night (Feb. 27) celebrating the success of their recently gold-certified album "Meat and Candy"


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The album had a two-week Number 1 hit with their debut single, "Break Up With Him," a second Number 1 with "Song For Another Time," and had Sony Nashville's most streamed song of 2016 with "Snapback"

Matthew Ramsay from the band says that they never expected this to happen: 

“This is amazing. We never really expected this, a Gold record, our debut record. There’s a lot of people in here that made it happen, and we’re truly grateful for our families, our management company, our label, for getting behind a ridiculous thing like this. Everyone has had nothing but support for us for every crazy idea that we’ve had for this album, and we’re so grateful for that.”

After posing for a few photos after receiving tier plaques, Old Dominion played their fourth coming single off their yet-to-be-announced sophomore album, called "There's No Such Thing as a Broken Heart" - Check it out!

You can catch Old Dominion along with Kira Isabella at the arena at TD Place on April 21st, 2017!

Tickets/info: https://www.tdplace.ca/event/old-dominion-with-special-guest-kira-isabella/