A gentle acoustic ode co-penned by Fleet alongside Connie Harrington, the tender track is full of faith and gratitude, as the Tennessee native sings of finding peace where it’s least expected. It’s already been picked up by 27 stations in its first week out, and that’s just more evidence that its powerful message is hitting home with fans. The single highlights Fleet’s warm country baritone and down-to-Earth style, while it’s reflective video continues to rack up big viewing numbers. That one is closing in on 7 million plays, featuring Fleet with his wife and young son enjoying some quiet time on Alabama’s Lake Martin, as they try to focus on what matters most.
“This song means so much to me and it seems to hit a little harder with everything that’s going on in the world today,” Fleet wrote on Twitter in April, back when the track first came out.
“From a bar stool, to that Evinrude / Sunday mornin’ in a church pew / In a deer stand or a hay field / An interstate back to nashville / In a Chevrolet with the windows down / Me and him just ridin’ around / Yeah sometimes, whether I’m lookin’ for him or not / That’s where I find God,” goes the spirit-lifting chorus.
Larry Fleet got his start after impressing country star Jake Owen, who invited the singer-songwriter to join his Down to the Tiki Tonk Tour and continues to mentor the young artist. He released his eight-song debut EP, Workin’ Hard, in 2019.