Caylee Hammack Covers Her "History Of Repeating" The Same Mistakes In Her New Single
Many of us have turned to unhealthy coping mechanisms time and time again, especially following a heartbreak. One of country's hottest newcomers, Caylee Hammack, has just dropped a single that perfectly captures these patterns. With descriptive and clever lyricism, she will show you that you're not alone in these post-breakup struggles.
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“Love is my weakness, my kryptonite even. It’s the small girl inside of me looking for true love, and really believing I’m going to find it. This song is a very honest admission of some bad decisions that I think anyone can relate to making," explained Hammack. "Those decisions sometimes we repeat, even though we know it’s not what is best for us. The humanness of our habits and hearts and a swig of Jack Daniel’s for flavor.”
"History Of Repeating" follows the Hammack's debut album, If It Wasn't For You, and continues to put the singer on the map. Recently, she has completed opening stints for Reba, Darius Rucker, Chris Stapleton, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, and Miranda Lambert, just to name a few. She's made waves as a solo headlining artist too, in addition to notable country festivals in both the USA and Europe.
Hammack adds her signature delicate, soulful touch to vulnerable lyrics. She covers resonant subject matter in a thoughtfully and expertly crafted song. "History Of Repeating" reinvents the genre of modern traditionalism, and makes it accessible to a wider audience. We won't be able to take this one off repeat for the foreseeable future!