Cam Announces Debut Album “Untamed”

Since the release of her debut EP, Welcome to Cam Country, Cam has already captured the hearts of her many fans. The country singer-songwriter from Southern California recently revealed the debut LP’s title, release date and creative cover art for her major label debut. “Untamed” is scheduled for release on December 11th (just in time for Christmas!)

She explained to Rolling Stone Country recently the decision to name the album “Untamed.”


That’s the first song, ‘Untamed,’” Cam says. “That whole song is about that. Going to a place where the cops don’t go and having a party but also doing things your own way. We weren’t being rebels on purpose, we just didn’t know how things were done and we thought it would be fine if we did them our own way.”

“Untamed” will include 11 songs, which are all written or co-written by Cam herself. The album was produced by Jeff Bhasker and Tyler Johnson. The album artwork includes Cam sitting on the ground dressed in white (not yellow?) as she is sipping on a lemon.

The idea of just drinking a lemon straight is, life is going to hand you a lot of things that you don’t necessarily want to deal with and you should not water it down and sweeten it up,” Cam tells Rolling Stone Country. “Drink it straight, and deal with it head-on. If you’re brave enough to take whatever it is head-on, you win. The world is yours.”

Cam’s current single, “Burning House,” is sitting at the #12 spot this week on the Billboard and Country Aircheck country airplay charts.

Complete track listing for “Untamed” 

Cam Untamed List

The album is available for pre-order on Amazon. Cam is in the works of her whirlwind media tour in support of the new album. She is also set to be the opening act on Brad Paisley’s 2016 “Crushin’ It World Tour.

For more information, visit her website and follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Happy Birthday, Cam! We wish you a happy and blessed day from Country Music Pride!


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