Country newcomer Rachel Timberlake will be releasing her sophomore album, American Made, early in 2015. The album will feature her current single “Whiskey Bent Wings” which was released to radio on January 6th. The song, written by Rachel, and Luke Powers, is a story dealing with loss and the potential for a brighter day.
The bluesy, fiddle laced southern rock tune is sung by a voice, gritty yet clear; a voice that will make you feel that it has lived what it sings. The verses reminisce on the past, of sadness, pain and a lost love, while the chorus, with its gospel influenced backing vocals, signals hope "maybe one day I'll find you" and (possibly?) redemption. Until that day comes however, she'll finish the bottle so that it will "still feel like you're here."
"How does one go back in time
Go back to the place
Where your sweet kiss I still taste
How could one do it all again
Relive the days
That we lived back then
Whiskey Bent Wings"
"Whiskey Went Wings" is a single that country radio listeners should take flight with.
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