Tyler Farr’s Acoustic Version of “Withdrawals” Will Break Your Heart

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Tyler Farr is ending his year with a revamped acoustic version of his 2015 single, “Withdrawals.”

The Missouri native released a black and white video of himself sitting inside a bus with band members, belting out the gut-wrenching song.

“Withdrawals,” the second single released from Tyler’s sophomore album Suffer in Peace, is a true break-up song. Written by Josh Kear, Gordie Sampson and Hillary Lindsey, the song tells the story of a man dealing with the end of a relationship as if he were addicted to the love he lost.

“You were that whiskey running through my veins / You were that first sweet taste of Mary Jane / All alone in the darkness watching my hands shake / But they don’t have a rehab for heartbreak,” Tyler sings kicking off the song.


“The song has so much tension and angst,” Tyler told Billboard about the single. “It’s like the guy is going through withdrawals over a woman, and there’s nothing he can do about it.”

Tyler’s latest single, “I Should Go To Church” is the second single from his third album. The 33-year-old singer spent the summer on tour as part of Brantley Gilbert’s Devil Don’t Sleep Tour and can be seen on his own reality series A Little Too Farr (Unscripted) on Rated Red and GO90.