Triston Marez has shared “Hits a Little Different,” a new single off his debut album due out next month.
Marez’s latest track, with its dirty, muted electric guitar and hazy slide guitar, offers romance with a side of alcohol. It packs a boisterous sound that differs from Marez’s previous mid-tempo release, “Where the Neon Lies” featuring Ronnie Dunn.
“This is a song I wrote with my good buddy Andy Wills and Cody Hibbard,” Marez told Taste of Country. “We came into the room with the idea of wanting to write a song about having a good time, but this is really about a girl who makes you feel a whole lot different than anything you’ve ever felt before.”
The musician moved to Nashville when he was 18 and released his first two EPs, That Was All Me and Until I Found You. His upcoming self-titled debut album features nine songs he wrote and another three penned by Chris Stapleton.
Triston Marez will be released on April 16 via Torrez Music Group. Listen to “Hits a Little Different” below: