This may have just become my favorite song from him, yet.
Today, Parker McCollum released the new song he's been teasing for two weeks now, "Handle On You," and I ain't gonna lie, it goes hard.
Written by Parker himself, along with Monty Criswell, the song tells the story of a man so heartbroken, he's become reckless, un-caring, and only finding peace (if that's even a good word to use) at the bottom of a bottle.
My favorite line in the song is "I tell myself that I should quit but I don't listen to drunks."
After teaming up with Ronnie Dunn on his latest album, Parker McCollum shows no sign of slowing down with the release of "Handle On You" and is still only just gettin' his career started.
Check it out, below.