Rising Country star Teddy Robb has released new track “Cigarettes’ll KIll Ya’.
A twist on a classic Country trope, Robb reflects on heartbreak. The song was written by Peter Good, Matt McGinn and Ben Stennis, and produced by Good.
“I first heard this song when everything was shut down last year and I had a lot of time to reflect,” shares Robb. “I started thinking about past relationships, the good, the bad, and what went wrong, and when this song came to me it was everything I felt.”
“Cigarettes’ll Kill Ya” follows Robb’s previously released track, “Whiskey Can’t”.
“I’ve definitely been focusing on my guitar playing this last year,” explains Robb. “I’m learning so much about the instrument every day and trying out songs from some of the heroes I grew up on like Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Eagles and Bob Seger. Adding some of that influence into my country songs has been really fun.” You can hear that influence throughout the track, especially in the final arena-ready, solo riff.
To date, Robb has amassed over 100-million worldwide streams, played to a national audience on the ‘TODAY Show’, and opened for Luke Combs, Brothers Osborne, and Pat Green.