Easily their most mature single to date. Outstanding vocal harmonies. They have easily 2 of the most underrated voices in the genre. Killer country-pop.
Ear candy? Yes. But man it's tasty. Keith Urban doing what he does best.
Cleverly written, well produced and fantastically sung. Love the idea of building a song around dirt. Genius. Brody remains Canadas best kept secret.
Youngs voice does not work for party songs. Ballads, mid-tempos, love songs, sure. But please leave the partying to Dierks, Blake, Luke and FGL next time. Thankyou. (At least it's well sung).
Sub-par lyrics and an average melody don't help, but the vocals+performance kill it. It doesn't even sound like he cares, so why should I care? Not to mention the nassaly vocals, which has worked numerous times, but Crouse doesn't have the belivability of Jon Pardi or Tyler Hubbard, nor the distinction of Eric Church or Jennifer Nettles.
Backside of the city limit, water tower, power line, swimming holes, county fairs, ford truck, kickin' up dust, biscuits, gravy, waitress calls you baby (there's a new one!), hell ya, amen, yee'haw, city limit sign. Lol. He's desperate.