Tucker Beathard and Lindsay Ell are showing off their guitar skills in their just-released collaboration, “Faithful.”
The slow-burning track is a fan-favorite among Beathard’s fanbase so he decided to offer up a new take on the song and invited Ell to join him.
“I always thought that this song could be a really strong duet,” Beathard shared in a statement. “Having Lindsay on the song, with her vocal and input on it just took it to the next level. I think I can safely say we’re both kind of nerds when it comes to guitars so to be able to bond over that and that shared passion to bring this song to life was really cool.”
The solo version of “Faithful” will appear on Beathard’s upcoming album.
The pair released a performance-based video to accompany the track. Check it out below.
Beathard is gearing up to release the second part of his double debut album, King, on August 21. The new LP rounds out the 20-plus song record, which began in 2018 with Nobody’s Everything. King serves as a tribute to the middle name of Beathard’s late brother, Clay, who was tragically killed in Nashville in late 2019.
Ell will release her sophomore album, Heart Theory, on August 14. The forthcoming project explores the seven stages of grief: shock, denial, anger, bargaining, depression, testing, and acceptance.