This song has many similarities to Miranda Lambert's "Kerosene." This track was the first song to really put Lambert on the country music map. Her previous singles didn't do nearly as well as this one did, and the copyright accusation added to its popularity as well. But comparing it to this song would not cause a controversy. Despite the obvious similarity with both the songs discussing ways to start fires, both the tracks are full of fire and sass, a characteristic that played a big part in Lambert's career. The southern rock and heavy-guitar production adds to that, and also creates a song as memorable as the 2004 Lambert track.
Sullivan has a sound that is unique, but not too off the map to not be popular. Her vocals and the production of this song are on point, and she does have definite potential. It would be nice if the next track she put out were a little more original, and it would also be nice to hear a different, more emotional side to Sullivan, but that will happen with time. For now though, this song will hopefully put her on the country music grid, and expose her to greater audiences.
OVERALL RATING: 4 crowns