What happens when you mix together two powerful country-soul singers? You get something utterly visceral like “Loving Me Back,” which blends Brothers Osborne’s southern-rock rawness with Lee Ann Womack’s buttery-smooth vocal. It’s a firestorm creation, one of those once-in-a-lifetime performances which stops you in your tracks. Don’t believe us? Just take a listen above (and do so repeatedly).
“Loving Me Back,” written by T.J and John Osborne and Casey Beathard, is lifted from Brothers Osborne’s upcoming Pawn Shop debut album, out next Friday (Jan. 15) on EMI Records. It also contains “Stay a Little Longer” and “Rum,” as well as intriguing titles like “Dirt Rich” and “Heart Shaped Locket.” The album is produced by Jay Joyce, known for his work with artists like Little Big Town, Eric Church, Zac Brown Band and Carrie Underwood.
Fans can pre-order Pawn Shop now on iTunes.