Written by John Osborne, T.J. Osborne, and Craig Wiseman
This sounds like what Chris Isaak would sound like if he was contractually obligated to record bro-country.
It’s somewhat sonically interesting, flirting with the Gary Allan “Some Rings” sound, if it were played in an echoing cavern at too slow of a speed.
But any novelty wore off as soon as I heard “cut-off jeans” used without irony. This is very well-tread lyrical ground – Jason Aldean has a top five hit that’s basically about the same thing, and his take on it was hardly original, either.
So to elevate it over its recycled storyline and odd production, we’d need one heck of a vocal performance, and we don’t get it.