13 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Matt Scullion has been busy in Nashville writing songs for artists like Travis Collins and Adam Harvey. Here, he steps back behind the mic in a wisecracking album about drinking away his troubles–or, at least, trying to. “He was talking loud/And I was drinking Crown/We were both too gone and a bit too proud,” he sings on “Been There Drunk That,” a sorry look back at a bar night gone bad. Despite the album’s gloomy themes, Scullion has hope. “Outta My Own Way” finds him facing himself and asking for forgiveness.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Matt Scullion has been busy in Nashville writing songs for artists like Travis Collins and Adam Harvey. Here, he steps back behind the mic in a wisecracking album about drinking away his troubles–or, at least, trying to. “He was talking loud/And I was drinking Crown/We were both too gone and a bit too proud,” he sings on “Been There Drunk That,” a sorry look back at a bar night gone bad. Despite the album’s gloomy themes, Scullion has hope. “Outta My Own Way” finds him facing himself and asking for forgiveness.

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