Twangy guitars and a suave vocal lead makes for a consuming initial sound, conjuring a type of barroom-blues aesthetic that plays nicely and reminds me of acts like The Waterboys. A chilling guitar tone around 01:36 caps off the chorus/hook nicely -- structurally achieving a similar success around 03:50, gearing into the track's conclusion. The sweltering vocals, guitars, and steady rhythm section combine to make "Drink Myself to Sleep" a success that plays on a confident aesthetic and anthemic charm. Nice work! Since you marked needing help with promotion, free to email me at email@example.com if interesting in hearing about my PR servicing's rates, success stories, and strategy. Thanks for sending! -Mike
I like the nostalgia inducing guitar opening. I feel like I just stepped into the early 90s for some reason. Like, a little bit Tom Cochrane's "Life Is A Highway" vibe...don't know why. All that said, the hook delivers and the whole "I don't want to waste my time, so I just said what's on my mind" does too. Perfect anthem for a bar montage or a drinking scene in certain types of programming. You hit this one on the nose.