House Whiskey made waves with their rousing debut single, “I Quit Countin’,” and now they’re back with the upbeat “Tomorrow We Ride.”
Produced by CMA Award-winning and GRAMMY-nominated producer Brett Beavers (Dierks Bentley, Dustin Lynch), the new release was written by band members Jesse Murphy, Wally Montgomery and Michael Wilkes.
“It’s about motorcycles, camp fires and hippie girls. It’s country rock meets Bonnaroo,” the guys explained. “We wanted to write a song that would work in a honky tonk as well as a barefoot music festival.”
“Tomorrow We Ride” is the second single from an initial collection of five songs produced by Beavers. Prior to touring grinding to a halt nationwide, the power trio was gaining a strong foothold at clubs, theaters and festivals. Streaming of their music is well into six figures in a short period of time, showing their sound is creating fans across all platforms.
House Whiskey is dedicated to creating music that stands the test of time and honors perennial country themes while offering a signature blue-collar swagger. The name represents an attitude, a mentality. It’s about getting the most bang for your buck outta this life. It’s a little gritty, kinda like somebody that is scraping by to make ends meet, living their dream, grinding all week, but on a Friday night they still like to party. It’s a little blue collar, a little bit hippie, a little rock n roll, a little hillbilly. When the bartender asks “What’ll it be”…get the House Whiskey.
About House Whiskey:
House Whiskey is a rising arena-ready, country-rock band made up of Jesse Murphy, Wally Montgomery and Michael Wilkes. Their sound features three-part harmony, double lead guitars, and a whole lot of attitude.
After spending several years working together in Nashville as songwriters, they have taken their songs to the road steadily building a fan base across the country with their distinct brand of country-rock. They have performed at the CMA Fest, the Houston Livestock Rodeo and opened for acts like The Charlie Daniels Band, David Lee Murphy, Tracy Byrd, Frank Foster and the rock band Lit. Their approach to music is to write songs that are authentic to them and their roots. Wilkes and Montgomery both came up playing in rock bands in Georgia, while Murphy, a Nashville TN native, was introduced to country music at an early age by his father, hit-maker David Lee Murphy.
For several years they have been writing together to develop their brand of country-rock. Their first EP produced by Brett Beavers is being released song by song. The debut single “I Quit Countin” is a barroom sing-a-long that kicks the door down with its quintessential southern rock opening riff and speaks to every underdog who finds redemption after hitting rock bottom. For more information about the group visit housewhiskey.com.
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