October London is looking to overcome the pain with his stunning new song, “Driving Me To Drink.”
The soulful crooner is gearing up to release his second EP, the follow-up to 2016’s impressive Color Blind: Love project, which spawned the poignant single “Black Man in America”
Written and produced by himself, the singer/songwriter/producer croons over electric guitars and crisp keys that compliment the song’s bluesy vibe. London delivers an incredibly impassioned vocal with an honest account of troubles in a broken relationship.
“‘Driving Me to Drink’ is something special to me because I made it specifically after being heartbroken, sick, tired and done with the craziness in my past relationships,” October told Singersroom. “I’ve had a lot of heartbreaks in my life but it helped me grow as a writer AND as a man.”
“Driving Me To Drink” is the first release off Color Blind: Hate & Happiness, which is due out April 7.
Take a listen below.