Country singer/songwriter David Tucker does it again with a captivating new single and accompanying video, adding another addition to his already impressive string of releases this year titled “Useless.”
“Useless” explores the roller coaster of emotions that comes along with being in a toxic relationship. Tucker captures the all-too-familiar feelings due to being used and manipulated by someone you find difficult to release from your life. The lyrics portray the ups and downs of loving someone you know is not meant for you, due to their inability to reciprocate the feelings they deserve.
Following a severe car accident that nearly cost him his life last year, Tucker re-emerged in the beginning of this year with singles including “Water It Down,” “Water It Down (Orchestral Version)” and “What You Think About This Song.” “Useless” is one of the several singles he’ll roll out this year before the release of an EP this Fall.
Maybe you’d stop calling me at 2 am
If you didn’t know I’d pick up
Maybe you’d stop telling all your friends we’re through
If they knew everything you’ve done
Maybe I wouldn’t be so crazy If crazy’s not how you made me
Maybe you wouldn’t think I was so useless
If you’d have used less of me
“Useless is the story of how it feels to be used while in a relationship with someone who takes advantage of the person you are. I believe it’s something we have probably all encountered before with someone and is something I think that people should really listen and take note of more often,” says Tucker.
About David Tucker
From mental health battles and sickness to family tragedies and a life-threatening car accident, country singer-songwriter David Tucker has fought his way through adversity to create groundbreaking music that not only inspires others, but transforms them as well. Born in Georgia and raised in Kentucky, Tucker grew up in a musical family and spent his formative years learning various instruments and joining his parents and siblings on their travels around the country to perform and sing songs that held a message of faith. After putting together his own band and building a loyal following in his home state, Tucker moved to Nashville in 2017, where he spent his days welding Music City skyscrapers and his nights playing Broadway’s honky-tonks, all while honing his multi-instrumental skills and lending his artist’s ear to others as a co-writer and producer. Tucker released a handful of singles throughout 2021 that showcase his vulnerable and honest songwriting and were featured by Vevo, CMT, American Songwriter and numerous other notable outlets before being forced to put his career on hold following both the diagnosis of an auto-immune disease and a car accident that nearly cost him his life. Now back to working full-time on his career, he has several new singles slated for release in 2023 that reflect his unique personal experiences and the valuable lessons learned from them. For more information, visit DavidTuckerJams.com.