J.D. Huggins is taking an introspective look at himself with his new single, “Who Have You Become” today. The track arrives alongside a music video, which depicts him playing a dual role cross-examining himself dressed in opposing light and dark clothing. Watch it now below.
“Who Have You Become” will be featured on Huggins’ debut album, HEAD FULL OF MONSTERS, out July 1st via Struggle Jennings’ Angels & Outlaws record label. Pre-orders will go live on Friday, May 27 HERE.
HUGGINS was raised in the Appalachian Mountains in a small town in Georgia where he spent his time fishing, hunting, camping and teaching himself how to play the guitar. Born into a musical family, he began songwriting at an early age taking influence from his surroundings. He then moved to Nashville to front the southern rock band Heathen Sons who released two full-length albums and an EP and received notoriety for their single “Temporary Queen” which was featured on the hit ABC show “Blood & Oil.” Before disbanding in 2019, the band was seen performing with acts including Nikki Lane, Jericho Woods, Whiskey Myers, Will Hoge, Leah Blevins and Goodbye June, as well as appearing at Whiskey Jam and SXSW.