By Annie Reuter
Brad Paisley’s forthcoming 11th studio album won’t be released until next month but fans can get an early listen to a brand new song called “Heaven South.” The first track on the release, “Heaven South” is available as an instant free track when pre-ordering the album, and was written by Brad Paisley, Brent Anderson and Chris DuBois.
“Heaven South” is an ode to the people and things often found in the South: beer battered chicken, sweet iced tea, night crawlers, crickets, girls in cut-off jeans and more.
“Drive down Main Street, and everybody’s there/ Subwoofers booming like cannons in the square/ Sign says ‘no cruisin’, but nobody cares,” Paisley sings on the chorus.
Paisley co-wrote all 16 songs on Love and War, which comes out April 21 and includes collaborations with Mick Jagger, John Fogerty, Bill Anderson and Timbaland.
Listen to “Heaven South” below: