Sam Hunt "Water Under The Bridge" Song Review

Sam Hunt has once again surprised his fans by releasing a brand new song. The singer released "Water Under The Bridge" after teasing fans on social media that a new song was coming.

Hunt is known for the many hit songs he has to his name. "Body Like A Backroad," "Take Your Time," "Kinfolks," and "Breaking Up In The 90's" typically come to mind. He has created his own signature style that blends all of his favorite contemporary influences. The singer-songwriter is also a new dad, having announced a few weeks ago that he and his wife now have a daughter. Time will tell to see when fans can expect even more new music.


"Water Under The Bridge" continues his casual and laid back sound. Hunt sings in his signature fast-paced tone that comes from his love and appreciation of hip-hop, but don't get it twisted, this song sounds as southern as it can be. Hunt always seems to deliver songs at just the right time, and this one is perfect for the coming summer months.

In a way similar to his previous song "23," this track is reflective about his good ole days. Hunt sings about his affinity for the simple life he once had, and how those times may not come back. "That muddy river it was rolling / We didn't care where it was going / We had it made we didn't know it / We were young, dumb, and so full of it / Love was fun and life was easy / Now it's just water under the bridge."


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