Kane Brown Shares Electrifying New Anthem ‘Fiddle In The Band’

Kane Brown recently released “Fiddle In The Band,” a song in which he skillfully switches between rocking drumbeats and thick fiddle lines, bringing out his love for traditional as well as modern-day music.

“I woke up hurting in my shirt and jeans from the night before / My phone and my ears were ringing / ‘Cause we were downtown bouncing ’round from door to door / There ain’t a song I wasn’t singing,” Brown recounts in the opening verse.

“From the DJs on the 2s and 4s / To the honky-tonk on the hardwood floors / I was out throwing down in the middle of the crowd / When a boy in the band broke a bow out,” he sings the second verse.

“I’m just like you / I was raised on the radio / From Memphis blues to Hollywood rock ‘n’ roll / Took a trip to Music City / Brought a little bit of everything with me / I’m a little bit of bass, 808s, a little bit of clap your hands / I’m a little bit of six strings on a backbeat / With a fiddle in the band,” he asserts his deep country roots in the anthemic chorus.

Brown, Gabe Foust, Jordan Walker and Russel Sutton co-wrote “Fiddle in the Band,” which will feature on Brown’s forthcoming album, which is yet to get a title.

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