Josh Kerr Releases Last Song of 12/12 Album, “Still Getting Drunk”

Josh Kerr’s new song “Still Getting Drunk” is available everywhere you buy or stream music now, May 7th. Marking the 12th and final release of his 12/12 project, take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.

Over the last several months, singer-songwriter Josh Kerr has released music to make up a full-length project. Today marks the completion of his record 12/12 with the final song “Still Getting Drunk.”

Kerr is a master of words and “Still Getting Drunk” fits the bill. The new track is a heartbreaking song about reeling after a breakup. The singer quietly sings about a protagonist’s heartbreak and using alcohol and drugs as a vice to deal. Sadly relatable, the song is as honest as they get, something we have grown to appreciate with Kerr’s talent.

“I’m still getting drunk, still getting high // Still getting over you saying goodbye // Long as the whiskey I’m sipping tonight tastes like you // I’m popping a top, pouring a glass // Til’ I forget that you ain’t coming back // I should probably start sobering up // I should probably start giving you up // But I’m still getting drunk, mmm, mmm”

Kerr is one of those artists that knows exactly who he is and the kind of music he wants to release. A GRAMMY-winning producer, the singer continues to make a name for himself in country music as an artist. We believe he is a talent that is here to stay!

Josh Kerr's "Still Getting Drunk", the final track of his 12/12 album is available now, May 7th

Josh Kerr’s “Still Getting Drunk”, the final track of his 12/12 album is available now, May 7th

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“Still Getting Drunk” 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.