Chris Janson is known for his electric, entertaining stage shows, which often feature ear-bending harmonica solos. For his latest song, “Drunk Girl,” Janson turns to a softer, more somber piano melody and weightier lyrical material.
“Drunk Girl” delves into the subjects of respect and consent, and the video (directed by Jeff Venable) follows a young girl through the various relationships in her life. For the video, the crew shut down Nashville’s Lower Broadway.
“We don’t ever want to offend anybody,” Janson says. “but man, it’s almost a disservice if you don’t bring light to some subjects that are so important and don’t get talked about nearly as much as they should.”
The track is nominated for Song of the Year at the upcoming MusicRow Awards.
Watch the video below.
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