Danielle Bradbery is back with new music. The singer/songwriter and former The Voice champion just released her brand new single, “Stop Draggin’ Your Boots,” and it gives off major Shania Twain vibes!
Produced by Nathan Chapman and out via Big Machine Records, “Stop Draggin’ Your Boots” comes packed with a shuffle-style rhythm, steel guitars, and twin fiddles. Although fun, the new offering has Bradbery feeling fed up with a man that’s indecisive about their relationship. She makes it known that she’s over his mind games and childish behavior by confidently executing a message that she’s mature enough to turn him loose.
“Stop draggin’ your boots up onto my porch / Kickin’ mud off your heels, knockin’ on my door / Thinkin’ I’ll let you leave ’em by my bed on the floor / You ain’t gonna crash your party here no more / You better get to walkin’ if you don’t want what you got / Either love me or not, just stop draggin’ your boots,” Bradbery sings.
“This song is a fiery anthem for every girl that’s ever felt strung along by a guy,” Bradbery shared in a press release. “The bold lyrics and sassy beat really pulled me in and reminded me of that fun, Shania Twain, ‘90’s country/pop vibe that I’m pumped to channel into my music.”
“It made me feel for the times my friends and I have been in the middle of these situation-ships. There’s no longer room for wishy-washy feelings or time for you to be unsure – you’re either all in or you’re out,” she added.
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Like the song, Bradbery is equally sassy in the accompanying video, which dropped shortly after the single.
The clip, shown above, draws people in as the Texas native shows off her confident swagger while dancing across the floor in a pair of knee-high cowgirl boots and a leather jacket.
“Stop Draggin’ Your Boots,” penned by award-winning songwriters Josh Kear, Hillary Lindsey, and Gordie Sampson, falls in line with the post-modern music that Bradbery has shared throughout 2020. The tune follows previous tracks, “Never Have I Ever” and “Girls In My Hometown.”