The “Oklahoma Smokeshow” singer-songwriter drops an acoustic performance video
Zach Bryan finds himself in an existential crisis and longing for some peace in “Hey, Driver,” a song he released Friday as an acoustic performance video. To date the tune does not appear on any ACM Award-winning Oklahoma songwriter’s album.
“Hey driver, pull over, I’m in a fight with God / And this Carolina shoulder is where I’m getting off,” Brian sings at the top of the song, an outdoor public space with an acoustic guitar and banjo player A video shot at night. It’s world-weary and earnest like much of Brian’s work, with him dreaming of retiring to a place where “they still put sugar in their iced tea / Where women are fine and love is fair”. ”
Little is known about Brian’s next album project. In late 2022, Brian releases his new album will be said writer and fighter And it was supposed to release in February, but they called it off. More recently, he said that his next album would have only 11 songs, as opposed to the 30+ that made the cut for the ultra-prolific songstress’s 2022 release. american heartbreak, “I am in my quality more than quantity age,” he tweeted, It is not known whether “Hey, Driver” will be displayed.
Brian’s rapid rise in the post-Covid era has made him one of the biggest new stars in folk, Americana and country music. In response to the high demand for his tickets, and in an effort to combat predatory pricing, Brian plotted his Burn Burn American Tour bypassing the Live Nation/Ticketmaster venues, specifically the AXS venues and his own proprietary system. with a handful of other places sticking around. , With their stipulation, tickets cost no more than $130 (plus a small service fee) and can only be resold in a special Zach Bryan marketplace. This weekend, he heads to Albany, New York, and London, Ontario, before two nights at his adopted home base of Philadelphia next week.