Brett Sheroky’s new song, “4 Goodyears” is available now, March 19th, on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the track.
Songwriter turned artist, Brett Sheroky is one of the most impressive vocalists and lyricists in the country music genre today. His previous songs “Better On Paper” and “Ain’t My Place” are emotive, captivating, and story-telling at it’s finest. His latest song, out today, “4 Goodyears” is another song that you cannot help but simply appreciate.
“4 Goodyears” is another example of why Sheroky is an exemplary songwriter and talent. His knack for telling the truth and sharing stories in songs reminds us exactly why we love this genre. The song takes us through the journey of a whirlwind love story, “going wherever the wind blows.”
Sheroky uses clever wordplay as he reminisces about a summer fling and the truck that sat on four goodyear tires that played a major role in those 3 memorable months together.
“Headlights off in an empty field // July moon in the windshield // Handprints and fogged up glass // God, I wish I could just reach back // to that rearview mirror // to those 3 good months // on those 4 goodyears”
Lyrically, the song is a masterpiece, and the nostalgia that the tune embodies is almost palpable. The love the song portrays feels hopeful, young, and innocent, even though the couple did not prevail in the end. These feelings are hard to articulate when the end isn’t what you hope for, but the singer does it effortlessly.
Overall, Sheroky is one of those singer-songwriters that truly is an artist at his core. There is no one like him in the genre, and we applaud his continuous individualism and overall impressive talent.
To read more about Brett Sheroky, his triumphant battle with cancer, and his incredible songwriting skills, check out our Swag Spotlight interview.
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“4 Goodyears” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.