Centered around the theme of a man calling up his presumably ex-love and having to confirm that he is in fact not intoxicated via alcohol. While it doesn't break new ground, it is a well-written song built around a big, memorable hook, and, as with their debut, is melodically sound.
Sonically, "Drunk Dial" follows in the footsteps "Smoke", with a southern-rock influenced sound that manages to stay open and light while remaining edgy at the same time. The vocals are given room to shine, both from a technical and emotional standpoint.
Overall, "(This Ain't No) Drunk Dial" is a solid record that's executed well on all fronts that should be successful for this rising group.
Listen: "(This Ain't No) Drunk Dial"