Carter Faith"The Devil's Still Down in Georgia"
The star of country up-and-comer Carter Faith continues to shine bright on her new song, "The Devil's Still Down in Georgia."
Over a swampy production blending the traditional steel sound and pop beats, Faith laments about the hell an innocent person is buried in because she "signed a deal with the devil." It was inspired by the enduring Charlie Daniels Band hit, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia."
"Don't go west of Carolina, you'll make your bed in Hell / Don't go south of Tennessee, there's poison in that well / Well, no, Heaven doesn't feel as hot, once you've got a taste of fire," Faith sings with caution in the ethereal chorus.
This song was released exclusively by Spotify as part of its Fresh Finds program's one-year anniversary. To celebrate, Faith was picked as their first-ever country artist to participate in the multi-genre program highlighting independent artists.
"The Devil's Still Down in Georgia" is written by Faith, Jon Green (Lady A, Little Big Town, Sam Smith), Lauren Hungate (Lily Rose, Ashland Craft) and Tofer Brown (Little Big Town, Jon Pardi, Kelsea Ballerini). -- Jeremy Chua