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article imageReview: Love and Theft fantastic on new single 'Whiskey on My Breath' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Nov 24, 2014 in Music
Country duo Love and Theft are back with their amazing new radio single, the sophisticated ballad "Whiskey On My Breath."
Just when one thought that Love and Theft could not possibly get any better than "Angel Eyes" or "If You Ever Get Lonely," the duo proves their fans and listeners wrong again.
"No, I ain't afraid of dying, But what scares me to death, Is meeting Jesus with whiskey on my breath," they sing.
Melodically, "Whiskey On My Breath" is slightly reminiscent of Lady Antebellum's "American Honey" and the listener can also recall Vince Gill's "Go Rest High On That Mountain." Comparisons to both of these aforementioned tunes ought to be taken as a major compliment, as they have become country standards.
The Verdict
Overall, Love and Theft is outstanding on vocals and harmonies on their new song "Whiskey On My Breath." It is a melancholic, honest and raw vocal performance. It is safe to say that Love and Theft can do no wrong with whatever they sing. Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson only get better with each release. Vocally, they are in a league of their own in the duo department. It garners 5 out of 5 stars.
For more information on Love and Theft and their brand new single "Whiskey On My Breath," check out their official website.
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