Since the release of his debut EP Medicine Man back in 2019, Usrey has proven to be one of the top up-and-comers in the Texas music scene, and with his vivid storytelling and incredible vocals, the guy has all of the tools to become a household name across the nation here very soon.
His song “The Light” was also recently featured on the Season 4 Finale of the popular Paramount Network series, Yellowstone.
A while back, he teased a song on social media called “Take Me Home” that he’d been working on, and I couldn’t help but think to myself that it could be his best work to date.
With that being said, the day has finally come, as he’s officially released “Take Me Home.”
The song itself will have feeling every ounce of emotion you’ve got, as Usrey sings about finally making the move on a woman he’s had feelings for for quite some time.
“‘Take Me Home’ is not only a phrase but also a place. There comes a point in everyone’s life when they end up running to or from something or someone. ‘Take Me Home’ is about confronting that instance – you do it because you know you need to.
Home is also more than just an address. Home can be a feeling, a smell, or a state of mind. As a touring musician, the road becomes home. Motels in the middle of nowhere, people who you encounter on your travels, and the life you experience across the world.
‘Take Me Home’ is an anthem and one that allows us to tackle life head-on, no matter where ‘home’ may be.”
He then takes you through a beautiful timeline of where the relationship has gone over time, closing out the song with:
“We got a baby on the way and a dog in the yard Lord, we started off small but we sure came far And I just wanna be where you are We got a baby on the way and a dog in the yard…”
Needless to say, the song will have you ready to settle down and start a family with the love of your life in a heartbeat.
Check it out, you won’t regret it:
Also, Usrey released an incredible duet version of his hit “Beautiful Lies” back in April, featuring Texas country singer Graycie York: