Southern Brave, who are best described as a Red Dirt band that maintains the traditional style of the early days in the genre, dropped a new single called “While You Can” on February 12th.
Southern Brave consists of Chris Sanchez on lead guitar, Max O’Neal on bass guitar, David Walters on drums, Cody Jackson on guitar, and Don Stalling fronting the band. They got together in 2018, but really picked up steam in 2019 when they put out Late Nights and Bar Fights. Since then, Southern Brave have been cutting their teeth in supporting slots.
Their influences draw mainly from Texas country/Red Dirt icons like Turnpike Troubadours, Bart Crow, and Charlie Robison, but also draw inspiration from a lot of rock artists, having grown up in the early 2000s.
Stalling gave us insight on what “While You Can” represents.
“For us, the song is mostly about the pitfalls of love and relationships and making the most of the time you have,” Stalling explained.
This single is a follow up to Southern Brave’s first full length album, The Hunt, which dropped last September.
You can check out “While You Can” here: