Cody Jinks' Identity as a 'Outlaw'

Cody Jinks quit drinking after 43rd birthday, finding solace in sobriety and therapy. 

He underwent significant life changes: quitting alcohol, changing management, and starting therapy. 

Jinks sees his latest album, "Change the Game," as a personal and artistic turning point. 

The album reflects his growth, trading ego for vulnerability and accountability. 

Songs like "Take This Bottle" and "Sober Thing" reveal Jinks' new lyrical and sonic depth. 

Despite wrestling with darkness, Jinks finds hope and redemption in his music. 

Drawing from his past in metal and punk scenes, he now manages himself. 

Jinks emphasises the importance of artistic control for a purer connection with fans. 

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