Sometimes, the best cure for heartbreak is a good old road trip into the warmth.
Drawing influence from contemporary artists like Riley Green, Erich Church, and Brad Paisley, artist Blaine Holcomb has nonetheless refined a unique blend of country music that’s as immersive as it is compelling.
With his musical approach striking an impressive balance between traditional and contemporary country, Holcomb has enthralled listeners everywhere. Capturing hearts with his penchant for releases that bring an easy charm to even the most mundane snapshots of life, Holcomb has established himself as one of the most exciting talents in the scene today.
Although he hails from a college town in upstate New York, Holcomb is as country as they come. Raised in a blue-collar family, the values of hard work, honesty, and family underline his releases, contributing to the significant success of singles like his 2022 hit “Lessons” as well as his 2021 hit “I Drink She Drives.”
Having recently shared a stage with titans of the country industry like Luke Combs, Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley and more at Bass Pro Shop’s World Fishing Fair, and it’s easy to see that this budding star’s trajectory is aimed straight at the sky.
Holcomb’s latest release, “Make it to Mexico,” is the latest of a string of awesome releases that show both Holcomb’s ability to put a fresh yet comforting twist on a popular genre as well as his continued evolution as an artist.
Mellow and relaxing instrumentals seem to sap your worries away, even as Holcomb sings about overcoming a touch bout of heartbreak. “If I could make it to Mexico, it’d be easy to let you go,” Holcomb tenderly sings, pining for what could have been. Nonetheless, as Holcomb evokes the blissful imagery of a world of sunsets, cocktails, and unforgettable memories, “Make it to Mexico” feels like a warm, comforting release that’s perfect to unwind to.
With its twangy guitars and themes of escapism and adventure, Blaine Holcomb’s latest release, “Make it to Mexico,” is a wonderful blend of traditional and contemporary country music that’s sure to be a hit with fans of any country.
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