It’s been a few months since Trent Harmon won the final season of “American Idol,” and his fans are still waiting on the release of his debut album. The lead single from the project, “For a Girl,” is climbing the country chart, but his fans are getting antsy to hear more music from him.
Trent tells Rare Country, “I’m glad that they’re antsy. I’d rather them be antsy than nonchalant about it. I check in with my fans a lot. I do live sessions and talk to them. Anytime I get to sign something, I take a picture with him. But they respect the process and trust the process, as do I. I’m kind of antsy sometimes, too, but you have to trust the process.”
In the meantime, Trent is doing everything he can to stay connected with his fans, and “For a Girl” is doing its part to keep that connection strong.
Trent says, “If you can come up with one kind of universal idea that no matter who it is hears it and they go, ‘Oh yeah, I’ve done that.’ Or they can connect with it. And in the song, we just talk about dumb stuff that people have done for love. Good stuff, bad stuff, but the common denominator was me. I’ve done all of it.”
Thanks for being so honest with us, Trent!