Bryan unveils secret
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
– Luke Bryan's secret is out. "Crash My Party" is not only the name of his latest hit single, but also will be the name of his next CD when it drops Aug. 13, he announced on his web site yesterday.
Bryan revealed the title and cover of the album to his fans by challenging them to "uncover" tiles that were hiding the album cover image by tweeting the hashtag #CrashMyParty. More than 4,000 tweets were sent within 30 minutes, making #CrashMyParty trend nationwide. The release was produced by Jeff Stevens, who has produced all of Bryan's previous records.
"I decided 'Crash My Part'y was perfect for this album because like the song, the album goes beyond the literal meaning of the title," said Bryan. "The song isn't what you think it is, it is unexpected, and I think in the same way fans will definitely hear some surprises on my new album. It still reflects my sound, but you will get to hear a little bit deeper, different side to me musically as well."
The CD is is the follow-up to Bryan's most successful album to date "tailgates & tanlines," which has now been certified Double Platinum. The disc contains three back-to-back Platinum singles, was the eighth best-selling album of 2012 and has sold 7.2 million tracks.
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