Alan Doyle and Dean Brody are at it again.
The Great Big Sea frontman and the country crooner have teamed up for a third time, releasing “We Don’t Wanna Go Home”.
The new track marks Doyle’s return to the Warner label that started his career 25 years ago. “We Don’t Wanna Go Home” will also be featured on his upcoming EP Rough Side Out.
“‘We Don’t Wanna Go Home’ is about the greatest night of your life being interrupted by the tolling of the last-call bell at the pub. The speakers in the song cry the most desperate plea to the publican to keep the place open for at least one more round,” Doyle said of the anthem.
“I’m excited to be doing another big, pre-game, country anthem with Alan,” Brody added. “I had so much fun working on ‘Friday’ with him, and this new single represents all the things we all love about Alan as a human, as an artist, and the Atlantic Canada lifestyle in general. I hope this single makes people want to get their best friends together, order a round, and celebrate the people and places that have made them who they are!”
Both Doyle and Brody worked together on the song “Soggy Bottom Summer” from Brody’s 2016 album Beautiful Freakshow, and “It’s Friday” from 2012’s Dirt.
Rough Side Out drops February 14.