Nashville upstarts Natalie Stovall and the Drive just dropped their ripping single “Mason Jar” from their upcoming HitShop/Warner Music Nashville debut album. In this exclusive performance, the band is captured in the studio stripping down the Sarah Buxton, Jesse Frasure and Tina Parol-penned tune to its bare acoustic roots.
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“I love how ‘Mason Jar’ is so fun and flirty,” Stovall tells Rolling Stone Country. “To me, it feels like driving down the highway with the windows down, drunk on love.”
The quintet, whom Rolling Stone Country named one of the 30 Must See Acts at CMA Music Fest this year, made their Grand Ole Opry debut in May. Led by fiddle player Stovall, the group released their debut single “Baby Come On With It” in February.