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Stay The Night (Acoustic) (Single)

The Shires

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Stay The Night (Acoustic)
The Shires
4:20
Total Playing Time    4:20
Single from The Shires' 3rd studio release, Accidentally on Purpose. For this track, the British country duo teamed up with pop icon, Ed Sheeran. The song is from Sheeran's vault, and the handover was sealed - in classic style - after a night of heavy drinking in Nashville, Tennessee.

“Crissie and I [Crisse Rhodes and Ben Earle of The Shires'] went along to an after-party Ed was hosting after his concert at Nashville but she wasn’t feeling great. He told us he was familiar with our music and we were like, ‘Woah, that’s incredible’. A few hours later I was about to leave and I saw Ed and his mates playing a drinking game with a girl who was downing beer out of a keg while doing a handstand ... Then I did a double take and it was Crissie. Afterwards we said it would be great if we could work together in the future, and a few days later he sent us his track Stay The Night.”
- Ben Earle
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Decca (UMO) Studio Masters

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