Brothers Osborne are back with another catchy track.
The country crooners — brothers T.J. Osborne and John Osborne, both natives of Deale, Maryland — released on Friday “Hatin’ Somebody”, which they wrote with Casey Beathard.
Rolling Stone states the song is a “statement about bigotry and the struggle to coexist that references a personal transformation the duo’s grandfather underwent.”
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TJ sings in the track, “Stick a stubborn hillbilly in the middle of the city, gotta learn how not to throw stones/He didn’t live long enough to hear this song, but he lived long enough to know.”
The pair then sing in the chorus, “Hatin’ somebody ain’t never got nobody nowhere.”
The song is taken off the brothers’ upcoming album Skeletons, which is set to be released October 9.