Teddy Robb Premieres Brand New Song “Whiskey Can’t”

Teddy Robb’s new song “Whiskey Can’t” is available now, June 25th on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.

Teddy Robb is a rising artist that we have loved from the very beginning. We have been eagerly awaiting new music from the singer-songwriter. Today, Robb officially released his long-awaited, entrancing new song “Whiskey Can’t.”

Instantly recognizable, Robb has a unique quality and sound to his voice. The new tune is romantic and vulnerable. It displays how it feels to be “drunk on love,” so to speak. Robb shared on his YouTube channel that he wrote this song with Pete Good, Brandon Ratcliff, Kelly Archer, and Josh Jenkins mid-pandemic. The singer even took inspiration from his friend and fellow country artist, Matt Stell’s song “Whiskey Would.”

“You’ve got the whole world spinning // You’ve got my heart racing // I’ve seen a lot of things // but nothing like you baby // Cause I’ve been three sheets to the wind, but I ain’t never been this drunk // Never had a harder time getting out of bed or waking up // I feel something different when I got you in my hands // There ain’t a better buzz, you do what the whiskey can’t”

According to Robb, “Whiskey Can’t” is all about that moment when you are hanging out with your person and it is time to focus on the girl, rather than the drink. The lyrics convey this message perfectly! It is really fun to hear about the singer’s writing process, and how meaningful this song has become. Kudos to Robb on another great track!


Teddy Robb’s new song “Whiskey Can’t” is out now, June 25th

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“Whiskey Can’t” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.