Scotty McCreery Sheds Light on ‘Clear as Day’ Title Track
With just over three weeks remaining until 'American Idol' winner Scotty McCreery releases his debut album, the singer is taking a little time to reflect on the project. In a recent interview with PopCrush, McCreery says two songs stand out amongst the others as personal favorites, and the album's title track, 'Clear as Day,' is one of them.
"It’s definitely one of my favorites. I’ve got a few favorites. ‘Trouble With Girls’ is one and this is another one," McCreery says. "It’s a serious song. It’s starts off talking about a football game, and a lot of stuff a lot of guys my age -- and everybody -- went through. Everybody can relate to it. It talks about the partying after the game, the big victory, but then it gets really serious and takes a big twist."
However, McCreery doubts 'Clear as Day' will be his third single from his debut album, which is in stores on October 4. "We’ll see … Hopefully the next single I can put out something a little different. ‘Clear as Day’ is kind of that same ballad-y kind of song, so we’ll see. It’s not like I’m saying I have to do a ballad-y kind of song. Whatever happens naturally will happen."
Very few of the album's 12 tracks remain mysteries to McCreery's most faithful followers. He or the songwriters have just about discussed them all in one way or another, though little is known about the tunes 'Dirty Dishes' or 'That Old King James.'