The Delta Sons, who recently gained traction after they put out their debut single “Home” earlier this year, are once again dropping another quality piece of old school Southern Rock. The Nashville band dropped their newest single on April 16th called “Chattanooga.”
The band originally didn’t plan on releasing the song so soon, but after the success of “Home,” they felt like now would be a perfect time to drop it and keep momentum going. Sonically, the song is very reminiscent of Lynyrd Skynyrd with a modern twist. The jukebox jukin’ riff, the tinkering of the pianos, and raspy vocals with a perfect hint of southern drawl will reel in any fan of classic southern rock. We simply can’t ignore the guitar solo either, which shreds as if Allen Collins himself played it.
“We ended up telling our story of what it was like to be in a small band just starting up,” The Delta Sons explained, “for us, that story mostly consisted of long drives to small towns, being gone for days and days, and staying staying out until 5 am at the honky tonks we played at.”
Check out The Delta Son’s killer new slice of southern fried rock, “Chattanooga,” below: