|"Soul to Preach To"|
|Single by Fuel|
|from the album Puppet Strings|
|Released||February 4, 2014|
|Genre||Alternative rock, hard rock|
|Songwriter(s)||Andy Andersson, Brett Scallions, Brad Stewart|
|Fuel singles chronology|
"Soul to Preach To" is the first single released from Fuel's album Puppet Strings. It is also the first single released featuring original lead singer Brett Scallions since Fuel's 2003 studio album Natural Selection.
About the song, lead singer Brett Scallions says, “Lyrically, ‘Soul to Preach To’ is about regret. I think we all look upon our past when we get to a certain age and think that there may have been things we could have done differently in our lives. When we recorded the song we tracked everything for the most part but something seemed to still be missing. Luckily my friend Slash let me borrow a dobro and the melody in the verses was then written. At that point the song felt complete.” 
Song composed by Brad Stewart and Brett Scallions. Lyrics written by Brett Scallions. Ken Schalk is credited to performing drums on this track, however, left the band before the release of Puppet Strings.
|1.||"Soul to Preach To"||4:34|
A music video was filmed on January 28, 2014. The video features the band performing in the desert. The video features Shannon Boone on drums rather than Ken Schalk who left the band after the album was recorded.
- Brett Scallions - lead vocals, rhythm guitar
- Andy Andersson - lead guitar
- Brad Stewart - bass
- Ken Schalk - drums
|Chart (2014)||Peak |
|US Mainstream Rock (Billboard)||30|
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- Top Mainstream Rock Tracks – "Soul To Preach To"
- "Fuel Chart History (Mainstream Rock)". Billboard. Retrieved September 8, 2019.
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