The set is available to watch on Moore's YouTube and Facebook platforms, and was broadcast by independent record stores across the US.
Moore co-wrote every one of the 13 tracks on the new release bar one.
Billboard has described the song as a “guitar-heavy arena-rocker celebrating the underdog.”
Moore co-wrote all but one of the tracks on the album, which he also co-produced.
The track follows Hunt's previous single 'Kinfolks,' which recently completed its climb to the top of the country airplay chart.
The single juxtaposes Hunt's modern, hip-hop-influenced sound with Webb Pierce's 1953 country staple 'There Stands The Glass.'
The new album will include Hunt's current airplay smash 'Kinfolks' and is the sequel to his 2014 debut 'Montevallo.'
Audiences were just as ready to welcome new talent as they were to party with their longtime favourites, and the sun even came out.
Moore is also about to start his six-date 'Bud Light Dive Bar' tour, which opens in Detroit on 15 August.
In 4 weeks time, US superstars Kip Moore and Josh Turner plus Rich Hall, Jessie Buckley and many more perform at the fast-rising 3-day event in Leicestershire.
The South Carolina outfit will be performing material from their third album 'Ever Since I Lost My Mind', released in February.
This year, the three-day event takes place at Leicestershire's Stanford Hall from 6 to 8 September.
This year, the fast-rising Americana and country extravaganza returns to the grounds of Stanford Hall stately home from 6 to 8 September.
This year's event takes place across 6 to 8 September at Stanford Hall in Leicestershire.
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