Walker Montgomery Shares the Story Behind ‘Saving For A Rainy Night’

Walker Montgomery; Photo by Amy Richmond
Walker Montgomery; Photo by Amy Richmond
Walker Montgomery; Photo by Amy Richmond

Walker Montgomery is sharing the story behind his sexy new single, “Saving For A Rainy Night.”

In a video premiering exclusively on Country Now, the Kentucky native explains the meaning behind the song and shares why it’s more relevant now than ever.

“It’s about that gal that it’s just been a long time since y’all have had that special night, it’s raining outside, your guy is going to the Liquor Barn, he’s ready. He’s got two bottles of red, two bottles of white,” Montgomery explains. “It’s all about kind of coming together after being apart, and in this quarantine, I think it’s the perfect song for lovers that might be let’s say, a few states away, or just can’t see each other for whatever reason. It’s just a beautiful song and I’m really happy that I was able to cut it.”

The sultry song was co-written by Dallas Davidson, Ashley Gorley and Kyle Fishman, all songwriters that Montgomery has a massive amount of respect for.

“I just want to hold you all night long / I just wanna turn out all the lights and turn you on / Baby, you don’t even know how badly I’m craving your body / I been waitin’ and I’m tryin’ to be patient / I’ve got all this love that I’ve been saving / Saving for a rainy night / Saving for a night like tonight,” he croons throughout the chorus.

Click below to listen.

As the son of John Michael Montgomery and the nephew of Montgomery Gentry’s Eddie Montgomery, you could say country music runs in Walker Montgomery’s blood. The up-and-coming artist has been around country music his entire life and after learning from some of the greats, he’s embarking on a journey all his own. Learn more about Walker Montgomery HERE.

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