Friday, September 27, 2013

Little Big Town - "Sober" Review

Big Buzz Surrounding "Sober"

Little Big Town gained stardom through their seemingly omnipresent radio hits "Boondocks" and "Pontoon" both of which were unique upbeat twists to country music.  Their latest release after "Your Side of the Bed" which did not reach widespread radio success, will be their crafty love song "Sober".  This slower Little Big Town jam likens love to booze buzz and the line "When I die, I don't wanna go sober" is a very inventive lyrical spin that makes "Sober" one of the more unique love songs to come out of country music lately.  Little Big Town picked a good time of year to release this song as it would have been a sure flop in a summer dominated by uptempo jams.  This song is likely going to get a good share of country radio airplay and the attention will be completely warranted.  A smooth jam with very sharp lyrics, "Sober" will surely cure their "Your Side of The Bed" woes.

Check out LBT on Twitter and take a peak at "Sober" and the rest of the "Tornado" album Here

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