Kip Moore has dropped a new outlaw anthem, “Southpaw”, a preview track from his upcoming fourth studio album, Wild World.
Moore co-penned “Southpaw” with Westin Davis and produced it himself. Billboard describes the song as a “guitar-heavy arena-rocker celebrating the underdog.” Wild World is set to drop on May 29.
“I shoulda been an outlaw/ Ready for a quick draw/ Everybody call me the gun slingin’ Southpaw/ Ain’t no time for runnin/ ‘Cause ya never saw me comin’/ I could be dangerous I could be famous/ Have my name babe in all of the papers/ Sayin’ I’m wanted, by the law and every woman/ Yea, they’d call me the Southpaw,” Moore sings in the chorus.
“‘Southpaw’ started from a feeling of being on the outside looking in on modern society. I don’t want my edges to be smoothed to fit into a box. I woke up the day we wrote it feeling like I was born in the wrong era. I grew up a boxing fan and a Southpaw was always a rare sighting, unpredictable and hard to prepare for,” Moore commented about the song.
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