Tuesday, July 2, 2019 - 7:15pm

Singer/songwriter/storyteller Erin Enderlin lets the love do the talking with the release of her highly anticipated EP Chapter Two: I Can Be Your Whiskey (Friday, June 28). The title track and official music video were featured in Rolling Stone’s “10 Best Country Songs,” who also declared, “Enderlin serves up this barroom ballad about desperation, long nights, and quick fixes…offering up her love as the ultimate vice.”

In what can only be described as down-right addictive, the video chronicles the day in, day out routine of a man searching for a cure for his broken heart within the walls of a run down bar. But what he discovers is that the answers to some of his most heart-wrenching questions lie simply and perfectly in the eyes of the singer up on stage, watching him and singing her own love-quenching song. Watch the video HERE.

Indeed, love and the pursuit is a theme that flows through the entirety of Chapter Two: I Can Be Your Whiskey, which also includes the craving “A Man with 18 Wheels” and the truth-bearing “Old Flames (Can’t Hold a Candle to You).”

The EP is a worthy follow-up to the already released Chapter One: Tonight I Don’t Give a Damn, which the Arkansas native released in April of this year. Chapter Three and Chapter Four are also slated for release beyond the end of the year.

About Erin Enderlin
The last few years have been especially busy for singer-songwriter Erin Enderlin. While she first turned heads as a godsend to those aching for an artist with some golden-era country backbone, Enderlin’s acclaimed 2017 record Whiskeytown Crier cemented her as something even more: a literary songwriter and superb vocal stylist with a knack for sharply drawn––and often sad––characters. Named a member of the 2018 CMT Next Women of Country class and recipient of the Arkansas Country Music Awards Songwriter and Album of the Year trophies, she has surged to the forefront of new artists rooted in the genre’s rich history. Enderlin is also a go-to writer for stars looking for heavyweight country with classic panache––Alan Jackson’s “Monday Morning Church,” Lee Ann Womack’s “Last Call,” Luke Bryan’s “You Don’t Know Jack” and a host of other songs recorded by Randy Travis, Joey + Rory, Reba McEntire, Terri Clark, Whisperin’ Bill Anderson, and more are all Enderlin-penned.