The men from Picture This are suffering the effects of a bad break up in "One Drink."
In less than a year, Picture This went from working class beginnings in Athy, Ireland to selling out two Dublin arenas in less than three minutesmoving a total of 100K tickets even before the 2017 release of their self-titled major label debut, Picture This [Republic Records]. However, the meteoric rise of Jimmy Rainsford [drums] and Ryan Hennessey [vocals, guitar] can be traced back to the emergence of their flagship song Take My Hand. Working in Jimmys D.I.Y. studio, they tracked the breezy summer romance tune, Take My Hand, and shot a befittingly charming and romantic music video. Before they knew it, Take My Hand had gone international with over 4 million cumulative plays and a deal from Republic Records on the table. The boys crossed the pond to record what would become their debut with none other than GRAMMY Award-nominated producer Jacquire King [Kings of Leon, Of Monsters & Men] at the world-renowned Blackbird Studios in Nashville, TN. Within three weeks, they left the studio with the 13 anthems comprising the record. From the singles You & I and Lets Be Young to the energetic 95 and poetic finale Saviour, the duo carry an undeniable energy throughout reflective of their humble outlook.