A Thousand Horses Says, "(This Ain't No) Drunk Dial"

A Thousand Horses Says, “(This Ain’t No) Drunk Dial”

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A Thousand Horses, with one certified-GOLD single to their credit, is setting a clear, definitive tone for their music with their second single, “(This Ain’t No) Drunk Dial” off their debut album, Southernality.

The group’s follow-up to “Smoke” is a gritty, harmony-filled Southern rock infused, slow-paced story of love that kicks you in the gut with the first round of “Oh, oh, oh” from the group’s girl army of backup singers.

In title, “(This Ain’t No) Drunk Dial” seems to be just another country song, but the tight harmonies and swelling chorus set it apart from most other songs about a good, old-fashioned drunk dial. However, fans definitely won’t confuse it for the greatest (and most awarded) drunk dial song of all-time, Lady Antebellum’s “Need You Now.”

This ain’t no drunk dial.

Ain’t no words that I’ll forget, 

In the morning ,

Still mean everything I said.

I know it’s late and I ain’t called in awhile,

But this ain’t no drunk dial.

The group also played the new single for “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

Throughout the summer, you can catch A Thousand Horses out on the road with Darius Rucker’s Southern Style Tour.

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