Texas singer-songwriter Jason James attempts to drown his sorrows in his new video for "I've Been Drinkin' More."
In the clip, the rising artist travels around Nashville with the hopes of outrunning the memory of a woman who did him wrong. After downing a few drinks at the city's countrified dive bar Tin Dog Tavern, he travels to the recording studio before preparing for a show at downtown's Mercy Lounge music venue. Even though he's constantly on the move, he just can't seem to shake thoughts of happier times with the woman he loves.
James' self-titled debut album features a sound is highly influenced by traditional country artists like George Jones and Johnny Paycheck. Much like Margo Price and fellow Texan Cale Tyson, he sticks with a style that's deeply rooted in the steel-guitar, honky tonk ready side of the genre. If you've been longing for a track that filled with heartache and perfectly paired with a full glass of whiskey, look no further.
Click below to watch Jason James' new video for "I've Been Drinkin' More."