Jason Aldean teams up with Miranda Lambert, for the second time, with the new track, “Drowns The Whiskey”.
The country powerhouse’s new single follows Aldean’s latest number one, “You Make It Easy”, off his new album “Rearview Town”.
Both the single and a lyric video dropped Monday, featuring Lambert and Aldean jamming out in the recording studio.
“We’ve come up in the business together, toured together a lot early on in my career, and we’ve always been friends, so I wanted to do something with her on this record,” the “Dirt Road Anthem” singer told Rolling Stone. “The thing about her is she’s a great singer, but she’s also a great harmony singer. She doesn’t necessarily sing the harmonies technically right, which is cool. She doesn’t do it perfect, but she does it stylistically in a way that it just sounds great. On this [song], we cranked her up where it’s pretty in your face. We wanted it to be apparent that she was on the song.”
The duo joined forces back in 2007 for “Grown Woman” from Aldean’s “Relentless”.