Teddy Robb is celebrating the release of his self-titled debut EP.
Out now, the five-track project includes the previously released “Really Shouldn’t Drink Around You” and the brand new track, “Good Love and Good Whiskey.”
Written by Jesse Frasure, Bart Butler, Chase McGill and Carey Barlowe, “Good Love and Good Whiskey” boasts feel-good vibes and finds Robb comparing a good relationship to good whiskey as he watches a couple interact across the bar.
“What kind of fool leaves his top-shelf sittin’ on ice/ Watch 90 proof lose its smooth baby that just ain’t right/ Same kind of guy that brings a girl to a bar / With guys like me around / Who knows good love and good whiskey / Ain’t good watered down,” Robb sings on the chorus.
“Really looking forward to getting this EP out into the world, and for people to hear the new track, ‘Good Love & Good Whiskey,’ Robb tells Country Now. “It’s such a fun song with a great summer vibe.”
Teddy Robb‘s debut EP was co-produced by Shane McAnally, Ben Fowler and Matt McGinn.