Chris Janson Talks Personal Responsibility

"Humans Have to Take Care of Humans"

Chris Janson can’t help the timing of “Drunk Girl,” but its benevolent message is timeless and needed.

The newest single from his sophomore album Everybody arrives at the advent of a national reckoning of sexual misconduct among men in politics, entertainment and sports. In the months following the #MeToo movement, the country has seen many including Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer and Garrison Keillor lose their jobs over allegations of sexual misbehavior in the workplace. Taylor Swift was among the “The Silence Breakers,” a collective of individuals chosen as Time magazine’s person of the year for speaking out against sexual assault and harassment.

Bystanders watching these events unfold are left questioning what they can do to rid the world of such behavior for future generations. A part of the solution is it takes good people who know the difference between right and wrong to express their beliefs.

That’s where “Drunk Girl” comes in.

“’Drunk Girl’ is just all about doing the right thing,” Janson tells “Sometimes people forget. The bottom line is humans have to take care of humans no matter who you are or where you’re at. Good information is good information whether it be for a guy or a girl. It doesn’t matter the sex of the human. If you do the right thing, the right thing will always happen.”

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