Mae Estes shared her latest single “I Quit Smokin'” June 22. It’s a coming-of-age track about coming to your own senses. “I Quit Smokin'” is the follow-up single to the May release “Thinking About Cheating”. “One of my favorite things about music is the way it can be interpreted so differently by each listener, so I hope everyone gets whatever they want to get out of ‘I Quit Smokin’,” Mae Estes says about how she anticipates listeners will take to this new release.
Mae brings a high energy with “I Quit Smokin'”. It has an incredible upbeat vibe to it. A guy approaches Mae at a bar promising her things she’s already heard before. This guy thinks she can easily be tricked into coming home with her. She’s grown enough in her life not to settle for someone who says the “right” things to her. Now she has the wherewithal to shut him down. “To me, it’s a coming of age anthem about not settling for less than you deserve,” Mae says.
I could drive you crazy baby
You could drive me mad
But you ain’t offer nothin’
That I ain’t already had
As high as you could take me
It ain’t ever worth the low
I quit smokin’ that stuff you’re rollin
A long long time, a long long time ago
“This song is an absolute blast with my band, and as I add more tour dates to the calendar, I’m so excited for people to have this released version before coming to sing it with me at my live shows. It’s a little less ‘traditional’ than my previous release, but somehow still feels fresh and familiar to me at the same time,” Mae continues. It’s an exciting new track that will definitely net Mae Estes new fans. Stream “I Quit Smokin'” below. Follow Mae Estes on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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