SmithField Put On Their ‘Sunday Best’


Country duo SmithField puts on their “Sunday Best” with their brand-new release.

“‘Sunday Best’ encompasses everything we are as a duo,” SmithField tells “We write stories from our heart about real, genuine experiences, but from two perspectives. This is a feel-good, mid-tempo that allows our fans and listeners to feel accepted and seen for who they truly are. We hope this song makes you think of the person you love every time you listen.”
“Sunday Best” was penned by the duo’s Jennifer Fielder and Trey Smith with Trannie Anderson and Ian Christian, and produced by ACM Award-winner Derek Wells and Adam Wood. With cathartic lyrics about accepting a lover’s true self, the song nods to the societal expectations that SmithField experienced while growing up in rural Texas.
“Sunday Best” is the latest chapter for the best-of-friends pair who have amassed more than 40 MILLION career streams since turning heads with their infectious breakthrough single “Hey Whiskey.” The emerging independent duo have made 30+ Grand Ole Opry appearances, performed at high-profile festivals, and shared the bill with some of Country’s biggest stars including Brothers Osborne, Scotty McCreery and Old Dominion, plus headlined their own nationwide tour. 
“Sunday Best” previews SmithField’s anticipated EP, due out in 2021.

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