Single recorded live at Ocean Way Studios in Nashville
Dan + Shay have released a brand new version of their latest single “I Should Probably Go To Bed.” The track and music video, recorded live at Ocean Way Studio in Nashville, TN, showcase the song’s “heavenly mix of vocal harmonies” (Rolling Stone) in a stripped down, acoustic setting. “I Should Probably Go To Bed” has already accumulated a staggering 45 million global streams and is approaching Top 10 at Hot AC and Top 20 at country radio. Produced entirely by the duo’s Dan Smyers, the song has earned critical praise from outlets including Variety, Billboard, MusicRow, EUPHORIA. and was also co-written by Smyers alongside bandmate Shay Mooney earlier this year.
“I Should Probably Go To Bed” follows on the heels of the duo’s multi-week No. 1 hit “10,000 Hours” (with Justin Bieber), which became the biggest first-week streaming total in country music history and was the fastest country song to reach one million U.S. track equivalents in 2019, earning over 3.3 million U.S. track equivalents to date, and more than one billion global streams. “10,000 Hours” is the first song by a country duo or group ever to debut in the Billboard Hot 100’s Top 5 and spent 21 consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Hot Country Songs (fourth longest run in chart history). The worldwide smash has achieved 2x platinum certification in Australia and Canada, platinum certification in the Netherlands, and gold certification in four other countries.
With more than 5.5 billion career streams, Dan + Shay have garnered multiple GRAMMY, CMA, ACM, American Music, and Billboard Music Award wins and nominations. The duo took home a second consecutive GRAMMY for Best Country Duo/Group Performance earlier this year (2020 – “Speechless,” 2019 – “Tequila”). Their platinum-certified self-titled album included global hit “Tequila” (5x platinum), multi-format hit “Speechless” (4x platinum), and No. 1 country song “All To Myself” (2x platinum). In the seven years since they formed, Dan + Shay have accumulated 32 total RIAA certifications and achieved seven No. 1 singles at country radio.