Adam Hood and Miranda Lambertteamed up for a good old fashioned country song that was just released today.
It finds Adam coming to terms with the fact that it might be time to put down the “harder stuff” at this point in his life, as he’s a family man now and shouldn’t be spending late nights out drinking after his shows like he used to:
“Lately I just been hanging on, I love people, but I ain’t that strong, Have my reasons for moving on, These days liquor don’t write my songs, It ain’t right for a family man, To build a house on shifting sand, But don’t think that I’ve givin’ up, I’m just takin’ on the harder stuff”
Written by Adam and Davis Nix, along with Charlie Starr and Brent Cobb, it was produced by Brent Cobb and recorded at the famous Capricorn studios in Macon, Georgia. Plus, the fact that he got Miranda to feature on the track is pretty cool, and their voices blend beautiful together.
“Harder Stuff” is the second single from Adam’s forthcoming (unnamed) studio album, so stay tuned for more from the Alabama native, because I’m sure he’s got plenty more good stuff coming our way soon: