Aldean seeks "A Little More Summertime"
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
– Jason Aldean released a new single, "A Little More Summertime," to radio.
The song is the second from his upcoming seventh disc, "They Don't Know," out Sept. 9 on Broken Bow.
"'A Little More Summertime' really hit me the first time I heard it," said Aldean. "It's always been about the vibe of a song for me. So when that chorus hits and the song takes off, I knew it had to be on this album."
Written by Jerry Flowers, Tony Martin and Wendell Mobley, Aldean has teamed up with longtime producer Michael Knox for the track and forthcoming album.
Aldean, is currently headlining his Six String Circus Tour, has enjoyed a hit with the first single, "Lights Come On."
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