Randy Houser Returns to Airwaves for the First Time in 2 Years With New Single, “What Whiskey Does” [Listen]

Randy Houser Returns to Airwaves for the First Time in 2 Years With New Single, “What Whiskey Does” [Listen]

It’s been two years since we’ve heard new music from Randy Houser, but that’s about to change as the Mississippi native returns to the airwaves on July 23 with a new single, “What Whiskey Does.”

Penned by Randy, Keith Gattis and Hillary Lindsey, “What Whiskey Does” also features backing vocals from Hillary. The tune is primed to be the lead single from Randy’s as-of-yet-announced upcoming album, which will be the follow-up to 2016’s Fired Up.

“Coming off such a big year in 2017, I really wanted to get back to the basics, experiment with sound and make music that inspired me,” said Randy. “‘What Whiskey Does’ was born from a mission to forget about all of the bells and whistles, relax and just create music that felt good to make.”

Over the course of his decade-plus career, Randy has scored a handful of No. 1 songs, including “How Country Feels,” “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight” and “We Went.”

Listen to “What Whiskey Does” below.

photo by Jim Casey

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