Get ready to swoon over Jason Aldean’s new musical love letter to his wife, Brittany.
Jason just dropped “You Make It Easy” as the lead single from his upcoming album, “Rearview Town,” and it just might be the sweetest and sexiest song Jason has ever released. There’s a little bit of soul influence on the track as Jason sings about, “Stealing kisses undercover, babe / See forever when I see your face / And I swear God made you for me.”
The sweet heat doesn’t stop there. Jason continues on the chorus, “You make it easy loving up on you / Make it easy with every little thing you do / You’re my sunshine in the darkest days / My better half / My saving grace / You make me who I want to be.”
We know Brittany has got to love this new single, especially since she just gave birth to their baby boy, Memphis, late last year. Nice to see they’re keeping that spark alive while also dealing with diaper duty.
As for Jason’s new music, fans can look forward to hearing him tap into his Georgia roots a little bit more on “Rearview Town,” due out April 13.
“Growing up in Macon, Georgia, I had a chance to learn about so many different styles of music,” Jason says in a press release. “Looking back on first playing in bands as a teenager, I was just soaking everything up. A lot of that comes out on this record … where I’ve been, and who I am now.”
Early word on the album indicates Jason will be pulling from the influences of his Georgia-bred heroes Otis Redding and the Allman Brothers Band for the new project.
Jason will debut “You Make It Easy” with a performance on NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Monday, Jan. 29 followed by another performance on NBC’s “Today” on Tuesday, Jan. 30.
“Rearview Town” comes out the Friday before this year’s ACM Awards on April 15, so we expect Jason will have a big role in that CBS broadcast. After all, he is the two-time and reigning ACM Entertainer of the Year.
Music from “Rearview Town” will also be featured in Jason’s new “High Noon Neon Tour” kicking off May 10. Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina are coming along with him, and the trek’s title ties in the with the new album, too.
Says Jason, “We named this tour after a song that’ll be on my next record. It reminds me of the bars I grew up playing in Georgia when I was getting started. We’re going to bring some of that raw energy out this summer with Luke and Lauren — I know we’re all ready.”
Go to JasonAldean.com for tour dates.