I Feel a Sin Comin' On

  • This bluesy slice of raunch gospel is the opening track of The Pistol Annies' second album, Annie Up. The record was produced by Frank Liddell, who is married to singer Lee Ann Womack. Liddell also helmed the Annies' debut set as well as all of Miranda Lambert's solo albums.
  • Angaleena Presley described this ode to temptation to Billboard magazine as, "Christian girls gone wild."
    Ashley Monroe added: "We wrote that a capella, just snapping [fingers], we thought, 'should we make it big band,' like Ray Charles, we wanted horns. Frank's like, 'horns? Really?'"

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