“Champagne Nights” happened throughout the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, so it appears just fitting that a tune is an event of life. As Lady A sings in the chorus, “Don’t require doubles and bubbles to get in all sort of difficulty out in the nation/ Don’t require a crystal chandelier to have a genuinely great time/ We’re drinkin’ beer on a champagne night.” At its core, the tune brings a poignant message of togetherness, of living big, of making memories, and of dropping elegant glasses for home town bars and beers in plastic cups. Possibly it can even be referred to as an ode to pre-pandemic life!
To hear diva Hillary Scott inform it, “Champagne Night” is a tune that all of us require today. “We began the procedure of the tune over the winter season in an extremely various time and headspace,” the songbird described to Sounds Like Nashville. “But now, with whatever going on, it’s practically like that little dosage of precisely what I require today– a light and an enjoyable little pointer to delight in the easier minutes.” According to Billboard, Scott’s words were enhanced by the success of likewise enjoyable tunes, such as Luke Bryan’s “One Margarita,” which “topped Billboard’s Country Airplay Chart in July 2020”.
After all, often it’s excellent to sit back, unwind, and have a little enjoyable.