Tyler Farr Can Relate to ‘Withdrawals’ on New ‘Suffer in Peace’ Album
"Withdrawals" is a song on Tyler Farr's new Suffer in Peace album that will touch fans on a number of levels. In an Instagram video exclusive to Taste of Country he jokes about comparing his withdrawals to a horse's withdrawals from hay, but the vocal showcase is much more serious.
This could be the song that puts him into conversations about country's top vocalists. His signature voice smooths out to reach higher notes than ever before. The song is an urgent plea for a lover to return.
"I bang my head against the moon / I bang my fist against the wall / You always used to get me high / Now all I do is crash and fall / I'm going through withdrawals," he sings at the chorus. Josh Kear, Gordie Sampson and Hillary Lindsey co-wrote the song.
Suffer in Peace will hit stores and digital retailers on April 28. It's the singer's second album, the followup to Redneck Crazy from 2013. "A Guy Walks Into a Bar" is Farr's current single. The Top 10 hit trying to become his third straight to land inside the Top 5.