Country songwriters staff up for Marvel’s “Don’t Tell Me How to Drink”

Kendell Marvel has co-written a few of Chris Stapleton’s most hard-hitting songs — “Either Way” and “Hard Livin’,” amongst them. One of their collabs now finds its means onto Marvel’s upcoming album Come On Sunshine: “Don’t Tell Me How to Drink” is a stomping and defiant rebuff to somebody with the nerve to recommend Marvel stop whereas he’s forward.

“Don’t inform me easy methods to drink/don’t inform me easy methods to lose my thoughts,” Marvel growls, with Stapleton’s unmistakable voice harmonizing behind him. “This nation boy might nonetheless rock & roll ‘til it’s closing time.” Stapleton additionally provides some blistering guitar to the monitor, which follows the Come On Sunshine songs “Hell Bent on Hard Times” and “Put It within the Plate.” Marvel’s new album, produced by Beau Bedford in Dallas, Texas, arrives Sept. 23.

Marvel says he wrote “Don’t Tell Me How to Drink” with Stapleton a few years again and resurrected it for his upcoming LP. “I despatched it to Stapleton asking if he could be considering enjoying guitar and singin’ on it. It’s a rattling thrill for me to have him on this Honky Tonkin’, Rock n Rollin’, Hell Raiser,” says Marvel

, a proud 51. “Younger of us could be higher at some issues, however don’t mess with the outdated canines relating to stuff like drinkin’.”

For the video, Marvel and director Jace Kartye decamped for infamous Nashville dive bar Fran’s East Side (which lately moved from its longtime location), the place Kartye filmed the songwriter from behind the bar as a collection of fellow drinkers come to fill their glasses.

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