Just Whiskey Releases Fresh Rendition of Classic Americana Song “O Death”

O Death is a traditional song ripped directly from the pages of the American Songbook. It has been sung and performed countless times – because of it’s timelessness and it’s roots in American music, we choose to make our own modern rendition. It’s lyrics personify death and are chilling, haunting and honest; something we were looking to capture. Typically it’s sung either a cappella or as a ballad, but we decided to go the opposite direction and give it a southern-rock edge.”
– Just Whiskey

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Just Whiskey has released a powerful song called “O Death.” Although the song is a cover, it feels fresh and appealing for listeners. The percussion of the song actually makes the song feel like a waltz to the death. It comes across as deeply haunting and moving. It’s captivating from start to finish due to the rawness and emotion that is put into the performance. The song feels retro during the intro, and then builds into a bigger southern rock style piece to adapt to a more modern feel. Filled with minor chords, bluesy guitar riffs, and soulful vocals, “O Death” is certainly a song that will be remembered by those who get the chance to listen to it. Let it seep into your ears and into your soul, you won’t regret it.

Just Whiskey has released a two track EP that features classic Americana covers. It contains “O Death” and “Cocaine Lil” and can be streamed on Spotify:

Just Whiskey will celebrate the release of the two songs on March 28 at Belcourt Taps in Nashville, TN.

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Written by Ryan Cassata

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