Jeremy Ivey – Things Could Get Much Worse

Labels:Anti
Number of Tracks:1
Total Time:00:03:26
From the Album:Things Could Get Much Worse
Formats:AAA,Americana,Non-Commercial,NPR
Available Date & Time: Oct 05 2020 11:00:00 EDT
Impact Date: Oct 19 2020 00:00:00

Singer-songwriter Jeremy Ivey has released 

“Things Can Get Much Worse”,

the second single from his upcoming album 

Waiting Out The Storm  coming out, 10/16/2020.

 

In the song’s new video, directed by Houston Mathews, Ivey puts on a full hazmat suit and visits downtown Nashville’s honky tonk headquarters, where unfortunately many patrons are not wearing face masks in lower Broadway’s crowded bars, restaurants and stores. Ivey had COVID-19 for eight weeks earlier this year and personally knows the kind of toll the virus can take. Watch it HERE.

Of the song Ivey says, “I don’t write a whole lot of positive songs, but I try to have one per record at least. So this my positive message for the world. These are the good old days no matter how bad they seem. Just remember, life could be a lot harder than it already is. This song was written in about ten minutes, this is our first take in the studio and the video was shot in a couple hours. All in the moment and off the cuff, the way it should be.”

Ivey wrote most of this album on the road with frequent collaborator, wife, and country phenom Margo Price, taking a lyrics-first approach for the first time in his career—and Price, who also produced Ivey’s first album The Dream and the Dreamer, joined him in the booth again here.
 

It’s funny stuff that fits the loose, freewheeling arrangement of the song, which brings to mind Faces and the jammy “Get Back” era of the Beatles.” – Rolling Stone on “Things Could Get Much Worse”

 

 “His music is grounded in the best the ’70s had to offer, introspective country-rock with a dash of psychedelia that he first explored in the band Buffalo Clover (that also featured Price).” – No Depression

“Margo Price captures her husband’s vibe perfectly, keeping the sound open, airy and enticing. And who better to help steer Ivey’s solo set than the person who knows him best?” – American Songwriter

Contact: 

Anti: Krystal Robbins

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Songlines: 

Sean Coakley 

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