Josh Meloy knows how to get you feeling some type of way with every song he releases.
We’ve seen it time and time again with songs like “You Here Tonight,” “Met the Devil in Oklahoma,” “Washington Street,” and hell, he’ll even have you wishing you were sitting front pew at an old country church with his rendition of Hank Williams’ “I Saw the Light.”
And he’s done it again with his brand new single, “Porch Light.”
The song kicks off with some sweet harmonica work, and the song is a message to Meloy’s significant other about the grueling yet also rewarding life on the road.
However, at the end of the day he’s coming back home to her.
The lyrics say it all:
“Yea it’s another hotel room sleeping on the floor
I’m hurting in the morning from the night before
I’ve paid my dues, I’m leading up the road
I’m coming home baby leave the porch light on”
The song paints the perfect picture of the thoughts that run through most artists’ heads after several weeks playing one venue to another.
Check it out: