Country newcomer Brandon Lay brings the lifestyles of Small Town America to life in his latest single, “Speakers, Bleachers and Preachers.”
The singer sings the story of his teenage glory days, where the only lessons you learned came from the people who raised you up in a place where everyone knew everyone. Highlighting that the simplest of hangouts became the brightest moments of growing up, Lay personally relates to the track and finds himself within every lyric along the way.
“’Speakers, Bleachers and Preachers’ to me is a song that celebrates youth and learning life as you go,” Lay tells Sounds Like Nashville. “For me, everything seemed to revolve around church, sports and trucks growing up. I’m glad it’s my first single because it shows who I am pretty specifically. I hope people can relate to it and I’m excited to be sharing it with the world!”
With an upbeat tempo and an easy lyric to follow, “Speakers, Bleachers and Preachers” stands out as a summer song all its own with Lay’s chilled-out vocals taking the lead throughout the melody.
Remembering how small town living can turn into a humbling experience to mold someone into their true form, Lay hopes this song represents a piece of him as well as other listeners spread out like tiny dots on the map all across the country.
Brandon Lay’s “Speakers, Bleachers and Preachers” is available to stream digitally on online platforms now. Fans can also pick up a copy of Lay’s song “Let It” with the first of his 2-packs of songs.