Single Review: Tyler Farr – Better In Boots

Tyler Farr has chosen “Better In Boots” to be the third single released from his latest album Suffer In Peace. With lyrics such as “Yeah, you know I love you in a tight dress, but you’re oh my God, slippin’ out of it. You turn me on girl. You know you do, but you tear me up even better in boots.” the song possesses a perfect mainstream feel, however, it still remains true to Farr’s traditional country sound.

The track was written by Justin Wilson and Dave Pittenger, a miraculous songwriting duo. Wilson says the track was much slower at the beginning. “It’s me, Dave and Naomi Cook.” Wilson says. “Dave and I worked on it ’til 2 AM one day finishing it after we had all started it. When we did the demo, I made Dave NOT make a fully polished demo…it just felt right to turn a mic on in the room and make it hot and just start playing and singing with a little loop. It was actually a lot slower and Tyler Farr took it in the studio and slapped some tempo on it and made it what we all love today! It’s Dave and Naomi’s first cut and first single.”

The song is upbeat, catchy and definitely has No. 1 potential. Farr has made it clear several times that he will only record songs that he can relate to. Given that his new fiancee Hannah Freeman is a country beauty queen, it seems this song resonates with him. “Better In Boots” was made for radio, but is still country enough to be respected. From Farr’s raspy vocals to the drum kick, it’s truly a memorable track.

Have you heard “Better In Boots” on radio yet? Tweet me @brittwv and let me know what station has you singing along to this gem.

Author: Brittany Vance

West Virginia born & bred living life in the DMV. I believe in kind hearts & strong drinks. Mom of two boys and Autism advocate. Music is not only powerful but magical. In the words of Merle Haggard: Good music will live forever. I am here to share that music with each of you.

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