Brinley is a new artist we’ve talked about on the podcast quite a few times.
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He’s a throwback straight out of the glory days of 90’s country, and today we’re debuting his new single, “Come Back.”
Addington is the only writer on the song produced by Aaron Eshuis (Scotty McCreery, Ryan Hurd, Austin Jenckes).
Brinley says, “We’ve all heard ‘If you love someone, set them free.’ This song is about loving someone enough to let them go do what they need to do while letting them know that no matter where that journey takes them, how long it takes, or what changes, that you’ll be there if they ever want to come back. In my experience, that doesn’t always happen but I think it’s something that a lot of people can relate to and I hope that it means as much to them as it does to me.”
“It’s my ‘Every Light In The House Is On.’ I always loved the mental image of the guy in that song basically rewiring his entire house so if the girl looked south, she’d see it glowing all those miles away. I feel like most guys today don’t want to be that vulnerable in a song but those have always been my favorite kind of songs and if no one else will sing them, I will.”