David Lee Roth Releases His New Country Song, ‘Giddy Up’
Former Van Halen lead vocalist David Lee Roth recently shared a post on his official Twitter page announcing the release of a brand new country track named ‘Giddy Up’ accompanied with an artwork of his in the theme of western images and fans cannot be happier as they received new music from the legendary singer.
As many of you know, David Lee Roth’s latest studio album was with Van Halen when the band released its twelfth and final studio album, ‘A Different Kind of Truth’ on February 7, 2012. The record was an instant commercial success, debuting in the top ten on numerous record charts and at the number two on the Billboard 200.
Since then, former Van Halen singer has been putting his weight on his drawings and paintings named ‘Soggy Bottom’ series with a theme of social commentary, Roth has been proving himself as a visual artist who uses his work of art as a tool to convey his stories with Van Halen as well as his personal life.
The only musical activity Roth had was when he released a tribute track to the late Van Halen guitarist Eddie Van Halen named ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow Bar and Grill’ on his official YouTube channel on October 31, 2020. The iconic musician also attached an illustration to the track on which he stated that he’s going to miss his late bandmate.
Here is what Roth said on the cover:
“Hey, Ed I’m gonna miss ya’. See you on the other side.”
However, due to the fact that fans have been waiting for a long time to hear another new music from David Lee Roth, his latest announcement via a post on his official Twitter page was a piece of thrilling news since former Van Halen frontman released a brand new track named ‘Giddy Up’ in addition to a cover made by the talented artists himself.
The track is far from David Lee Roth’s comfort zone since it isn’t the usual rock anthem his fans are used to hearing, it’s rather a country song with a touch of Roth’s own style which was extremely liked by his fans as they left dozens of comments under his track on his official YouTube channel stating that the living legend still has the ‘it’ factor in his voice.
Here is what a fan commented:
You can see listen to ‘Giddy Up’ down below.