Stunning harmonies and imaginative storytelling on the new single “When the Water’s Down” released by Girls Next Door.
Alluring vocals, top-notch instrumentation and a gritty storyline create an interesting musical palette for the listener.
Country music has long prided itself on brilliant storytelling set to music.
“When the Water’s Down” is a prime example of how a perfectly crafted song, coupled with precisely the right voices, can bring a story to life in the most entertaining way possible.
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“We loved this song from the moment we heard it,”
“It is in the great tradition of storytelling that country music is known for.”GIRLS NEXT DOOR
It’s a story of a ‘guilty’ southern town known for its sins.girls next door
“I want to encourage everybody to get a copy of Girls Next Door‘s new song ‘When the Water’s Down,’”LONNIE WILSON – DRUMMER
“As a songwriter, it’s always a little scary when an artist cuts one of your songs,”TW HALE
In the end, no matter how hard people try to cover their wrongdoing, things usually rise to the top in the end.
The song features each member of Girls Next Door individually during the verses, culminating in a rousing chorus of harmony.
“When the Water’s Down” was penned by TW Hale and Leslie Satcher.
It was produced by TW Hale and Tom Harding of H2 Productions in Brentwood, Tennessee.
Harding also served as Engineer.
The song was recorded at Ronnie’s Place Studios in Nashville and The Gym Floor in Franklin, Tennessee.
Included on the project were studio musicians Lonnie Wilson (drums), Mike Brignardello (bass), Mike Durham (electric guitar), John D. Willis (acoustic guitar, banjo), Scott Sanders (dobro) and Jason Webb (keys).