Written by J.T. Harding, Josh Osborne, and Trevor Rosen
This is Shelton’s best single an a good long while.
It’s smooth and seductive, without sounding overly coy or even the least bit tacky. The Sangria angle is used well both literally and figuratively, and the lyrics are creative enough that they don’t run the concept into the ground.
The production is supportive without getting in the way of the song. The bridge picks up the pace unexpectedly, just as things are starting to get predictable. Shelton’s vocals are showcased, and they don’t get showy.
It’s a solid record that is worth checking out if you’ve ever been a casual fan of his work.