More Middle Fingers

Album: Kinda Don't Care (2016)
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  • Brantley Gilbert joins Justin Moore for this rebel anthem. Moore previously helped Gilbert out with his Just As I Am track "Small Town Throwdown."

    "I found a song called "More Middle Fingers," and I thought, 'Well, this is my opportunity to get Brantley to pay me back,'" Moore told Taste of Country with a laugh.
  • Moore and Gilbert actually recorded this together face-to-face. "We're great friends and have been for a long time," Moore told Billboard magazine. "We've had some success before when we've worked together, and any time you can be creative with some of your best buddies, it's so much fun."
  • The song is a kiss-off to all of the things that Moore feels like we shouldn't care about. "We are in a society right now, in my opinion, that is so consumed by being politically correct that half the time, we're not correct," he said. "And I've always thought, and even more so now, that people should do and say the right things, and if someone's offended by that, that's their problem."
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