Kelsea Ballerini’s ‘Hole In the Bottle’ Is Too Much Fun

Kelsea Ballerini; Photo by ABC/Randy Holmes
Kelsea Ballerini; Photo by ABC/Randy Holmes
Kelsea Ballerini; Photo by ABC/Randy Holmes

Kelsea Ballerini isn’t letting a little heartache get her down in her just-released track, “Hole In the Bottle.”

Her first drinking song, “Hole In a Bottle” is an upbeat country/pop number that finds the superstar drowning her sorrows in a bottle of red wine.

“There’s a hole in the bottle leaking all this wine/ It’s already empty and it ain’t even supper time/ Honey, no, I don’t miss him/ In fact, it slipped my mind/ There’s a hole in the bottle of wine,” she sings throughout the catchy chorus.

Sonically, “Hole In the Bottle” is a bit different from anything in Ballerini’s repertoire, but it’s not too far of a departure from her signature sound. Her fans will likely embrace the song and she has the potential to gain a few new fans along the way with this one.

Destinated to be a hit at country radio, “Hole In the Bottle” is the latest taste of new music from the superstar’s third studio album, Kelsea. Out March 20, the 13-track collection is Ballerini’s “favorite body of music yet.” The album features her latest radio single, “Homecoming Queen,” as well as the previously released tracks “Club” and “LA.” Also included in the mix is “The Other Girl,” a duet with pop singer Halsey, and “Half of My Hometown,” featuring Kenny Chesney.

Kelsea drops March 20 and is available for pre-order now.

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