“This is my favorite song I’ve ever written,” the singer said.
Warren Seiders is celebrating the success of his hit single ‘Pretty Little Poison’. The single debuted as the “most watched song” on country radio in its first week of airing.
The country newcomer took to social media to share the news via a heartfelt clip of him standing in front of a packed house and blaring back catchy lyrics.
His caption read, “#1 most added song on country radio 📻 today!!!!” bc of you all!!! i love you so much 🏼🌹”
Throughout the video, he praised all his fans for going crazy for the song and for taking the top spot for newest songs on country radio.
“It’s going to be a crazy year 👀 let’s all get louder and louder🤯,” Zaders added in the comments.
Jared Keim, Ryan Bieber and Zyders co-wrote this scorching song. Throughout the lyrics, Warren Zyders finds himself overcoming every red flag for love with someone he calls “Pretty Little Poison.” His smoky vocals and electrifying guitar riffs rise above a stripped-down track, unraveling the battle between thinking with your head and taking control with your heart.
“She’s my pretty little poison/My heartache in the night/Kissing her lips like cyanide/Yeah, she brought a warning/But I didn’t care/I Always go out so high/She’s my pretty little poison/My pretty little poison,” he sings in the chorus.
“This is my favorite song I’ve ever written,” Seiders shared in a press release. “Like a moth to a flame, this song is about being led to a temptation between love and toxicity. It will hurt us.”
“Pretty Little Poison” has been streamed more than 47 million times to date, proving the country singer’s skyrocketing popularity among fans. On August 18th, the song will appear as the lead single and title track of Seider’s debut album.
The project features 14 songs, including “Tell Me Like It Is,” “Coming Down High,” “Inside Your Head,” and his previous single “West Texas Weather.” Four of those tracks were produced by Burt Butler and Ryan Gore, and the remaining 10 tracks were produced by Ross Copperman.
“A lot of this album is about girls and a lot of it is about me,” Zaders previously said in a press release. “I pay homage to that classic country sound, but I also keep things modern. At the end of the day, I just stand tall on stage.”
He continued, “Long before I started playing music, faith, family and movement were the three pillars of my life. I haven’t forgotten them. I’m always learning new things. , when I stop doing that, I stop growing too.But I stay true to myself.This album is my story.That’s who I am.That’s who I always was.I don’t play lacrosse anymore. Maybe, but I haven’t lost the discipline and focus that I learned as an athlete.I’m still working hard.I’m still pushing myself.I’m on stage and on game day. I will treat you as such.”
Listeners can get a final preview of the album, including Seider’s latest track “Painkiller,” out Friday, June 14th via Warner Music Nashville.
Warren Seiders has spent the last few months on the road, selling out shows with his biggest headline run yet. He recently announced an extension of his Pretty Little Poison tour, which will resume in the fall with special guests A Thousand Horses.
The trek starts in Buffalo, New York on September 15th, stops in New Orleans, Louisiana, Charlotte, North Carolina, St. Louis, Missouri, and ends in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on November 11th.
His next performance is scheduled for July 13th at Arnolds Park, Iowa.