Grand Ole Opry members Montgomery Gentry return with new music, their first since 2011. Their new single, "Headlights," was written by Bob DiPiero, Wendell Mobley and Tony Martin. The song is a party anthem; lyrically touching on every major hot topic of late including shotguns, girls in cut-offs, and alcoholic beverages. Melodically, the tune is a guitar driven country rocker that sets you up for a fun time whether it be inside or out, enjoying times with friends.
"Headlights" is a carefree, fun, have a good time song that should settle in nicely at country radio.
"Follow those headlights
Down a broken fence line
Take it to the riverside
Point em through the red dust
Keep it in the tire ruts
If you wanna find us
Wanna go all night
Hell yeah, that's right
Follow those headlights"
“Headlights” is currently available for download and will be found on the duo's debut album with new label partner, Blaster Records, set to release in early 2015.
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