If It ‘Feels Like a Party,’ It’s Probably LoCash [Listen]
LoCash have added something swampy to their usual good-time blend. The duo's new single "Feels Like a Party" is an unbiased, anthemic sing-along.
Maybe Preston Brust and Chris Lucas have played with the dobro before, but never has the instrument been as present as it is in their debut single on Broken Bow Records. The strings add a little country flavor to what's otherwise a pop-heavy rocker in the spirit of many of their best songs. If you liked "I Love This Live" and "I Know Somebody," but craved something more unique when they released "Don't Get Better Than That," than this is your jam.
Or if you see LoCash live this is your jam. The duo always seem to have their eyes set on songs that drive their live show first, worrying about the next album second. "Feels Like a Party" is a song they'd love to one day slide into the encore and honestly it'd fit pretty well.
Did You Know?: Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard co-wrote "Feels Like a Party" with Corey Crowder and LoCash.
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LoCash, "Feels Like a Party" Lyrics:
It feels like a party / It feels like a party
Everybody's showing up / It's gotta be the whole town / Got a parking lot full of trucks / So I know I'm in a party crowd / It's only 8 and the speakers are banging / Yeah, this place is already lit / Good thing I decided to roll up tonight / This is one that I don't wanna miss.
It feels like a party / It feels like a damn good time to me / A bunch of country girls and back road boys / All here to drink and sing / So go on pour me something cold / Cause we ain't bout to leave / It feels like a party / It feels like a party to me.
If you wanna get your hands up / Side to side, get your hands up side to side / If you wanna get your hands up / Side to side, get your hands up side to side.
Every time a beat drops / Something gon' be going down / Already know we ain't about to stop / We'll rock till the sun come back around / Right now there's no where else I'd rather be / Than with y'all, if you ask me.
If it looks like a party, it sounds like a party / It's gonna be a party to me / If it tastes like a party, shakes like a party / It's gonna be a party to me.