Darius Rucker Says “Miss You” Is Likely for Next Single

Romantic ballad was written by Darius with his producer.

As his current hit, “Radio,” makes its way into the Top 5 on the country singles chart this week, Darius Rucker is already plotting what to release next from his album True Believers.

After long consideration, Darius reveals that it’s been narrowed down, and “Miss You”—a song he co-wrote with producer Frank Rogers—is the likely candidate.

“That's what we’re talking about,” Darius tells Country Weekly. “It’s so hard to get a ballad on the radio, but that song we really believe in, so I think that’s going to be the next one.”

Darius recalls the day the two wrote the song, and how it immediately got the blessing of two very important ladies in their lives: their wives.

“It’s one of those relationship songs,” Darius says. “When we were writing it, it was just so perfect. We’ve both been in our relationships for a long time, and anybody who’s been in a relationship that long can understand what ‘Miss You’ is. It’s just that song about everything being great, but not making time to be loved. It’s funny,” he continues with a laugh, “Frank and I are good at writing songs to take home to play for our wives!”

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