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COUNTRY HITMAKER JUSTIN MOORE SERVES UP NEW MUSIC

 

Justin Moore (Photo Credit: The Valory Music Co.)

Justin Moore (Photo Credit: The Valory Music Co.)

You Look Like I Need a Drink on Tap Now

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October 30, 2015) – Arkansas native and chart-topping singer/songwriter Justin Moore offers fans a taste of new music today, releasing lead single “You Look Like I Need a Drink” (The Valory Music Co.) to radio and digital retailers. This upbeat breakup song, written by Rodney Clawson, Matt Dragstrem and Natalie Hemby and produced by Jeremy Stover, Julian Raymond and Scott Borchetta, showcases Justin’s signature mix of vocal twang and clever lyrics — proof that traditional country will always reign.

This brand new single follows Justin’s second consecutive No. 1 album debut, which boasted 97,000 first week sales. OFF THE BEATEN PATH produced Justin’s fourth and fifth RIAA® GOLD-certified No. 1 hits, “Point At You” and “Lettin’ The Night Roll.” Combined with two previous RIAA® GOLD-certified albums, he’s sold over 6.9 million digital downloads to date.

With lyrics like “You look like I need a drink right now / You look like you’re gonna try to let me down nice and easy / I think I know why you won’t sit down / You’re just dancin’ around / What you came here to do but you’re scared to / And all I can think, the way you’re looking at me / You look like I need a drink,” the crooner sings about inevitable heartbreak and numbing the pain.

The 2014 ACM New Artist of the Year has been featured on “The Voice,” “Nashville,” “NFL Rewind,” and in major print outlets like The Washington Post, People Country, USA Today and more. He has earned multiple ACM, ACA and ACC Awards nominations.

Justin is currently in the studio working on more music for his fourth album. In addition to his own headline dates, he recently hit the road as direct support for both Brad Paisley and Miranda Lambert. Visit justinmooremusic.com for additional information and tour dates.

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