The duo teased us with some kickass singles leading up to the album release with “Dyin’ For a Livin’,” “Dispatch to 16th Ave.,” and “No, Pedal Steel,” making the hype for this thing through the roof.
Needless to say, it’s fully delivered beyond our expectations.
One of the songs I’ve found myself spinning on repeat since the album’s release this past Friday is “Southern,” a song about all the simple things that make growing up in the south great.
Living in the southeast my whole life, the chorus sums up the lifestyle perfectly:
“It’s more than just magnolias and a slower pace of livin’ It’s knowin’ who you are and what you do with what you’re givin’ People say that we were raised a way that may seem stubborn It’s just southern…”
With that being said, the group dropped a hilarious visualizer for the song, depicting ol’ Charlie and Gary dressed in your stereotypical southern grandpa get up, with the suspenders, overalls, trucker hats, just shootin’ the shit outside of the local country store.
Is it a shot at the basic stereotypes people in the south receive? It is just Charlie and Gary goofin’ around? Both?
We’ll probably never know, but still hilarious regardless.