What makes Mary Sarah special is her voice, and her ability to mesh traditional country elements into modern country pop tracks. First and foremost, her voice is a pleasure to listen to. There are artists with gritty, powerful vocals, which can be amazing at times, but also can be overpowering. Mary Sarah has sweet vocals, that aren't sickly sweet, and power behind them, but not so much that it is too much. She also has the incredible ability to bring back old country elements into radio friendly formats, like she does on this track. The line, "heard the band's got fiddle and they ain't afraid to use it," in this song is a representation of this skill. Mary Sarah weaves fiddles and country instrumentals into this light, country pop track. This is what country music today should sound like. It is obviously not going to sound like country music did 30 years ago, but this track also pays respect to and embraces some elements of traditional country music.
Overall, it is not so much that this song itself is a masterpiece, but it's that Mary Sarah is special, therefore making this song special. Everything she sings is amazing, because the production and her voice are just so lovely to listen to. She has a definite talent in country music, and every new release continues to prove that point.
Overall rating: 4 crowns