Dauphin, MB-based Indigenous country singer-songwriter, Desiree Dorion is back with a brand new single, “Sometimes I Drink”. The incredibly catchy track was written with one of Desiree’s musical heroes, Juno award winner, Crystal Shawanda at Crystal’s home in Nashville. The song took only three hours to write, and is a female focused, energic track that I’m sure you’ll all love.
From the acapella opening of the song to the talking sections, and having the bass solo inspired by the bass section in Miranda Lambert’s “Little Red Wagon” played by Chris Burke-Gaffney, “Sometimes I Drink” takes the notion of women getting together to have fun turning into the need for a man’s attention head-on. The perfect anthem for a girl’s night out, or in, “Sometimes I Drink” is an unapologetically honest, incredibly catchy, and uplifting song made for women and their friends by two talented female singer-songwriters who feel the exact same way.
““Sometimes I Drink” is an anthem for women who unapologetically take time for themselves to let loose and have some fun.”
Check out the single below, and stay up to date with Desiree via her socials.
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