After weeks of teasing fans via his social media, with clips and sneak peaks of his new song and upcoming album, the reigning ACM New Male Vocalist of the Year, Brett Young, delivers another sure to be charted single, “Here Tonight.” In the same vein as his hits, “Mercy” and “In Case You Didn’t Know,” the song evokes so much emotion that the listener can’t help but to get caught up in the heartfelt lyrics.
Co-written by Young with Ben Caver, Justin Ebach, and Charles Kelley, “Here Tonight” tells a romantic story of a man getting so caught up in falling in love that it feels like the only moment in time, wishing that it could last forever.
With that being said, “Here Tonight” is a slight departure from the singer-songwriter’s usual sound and heartbreaking lyrics. The track features both pop influences, as well as, a more uptempo, California vibe, making the single a seemingly perfect fit for the California native’s upcoming sophomore album entitled Ticket to L.A.
The artist’s sophomore record, Ticket to L.A. is slated to be released on December 7th via Big Machine Label Group. Album pre-orders are available everywhere, with an exclusive album bundle offered here. The record consists of 13 tracks, including the first single (track two), “Here Tonight.” If the newly released track tells us anything, we can expect Young to show growth both sonically and lyrically, while playing with different genres and tempos, but still delivering those heartfelt and meaningful lyrics we so desire.
Check out the lyric video and the full list of album tracks below. The entertainer will be heading out on his first headlining tour, ‘Brett Young’s CMT on Tour: Here Tonight,’ to New York City’s Playstation Theatre on December 9th, with openers Tyler Rich and Rachel Wammack. For a full list of tour dates, visit Young’s website.
Ticket to L.A Track List:
- Ticket to L.A.
- Here Tonight
- 1, 2, 3 Mississippi
- Let It Be Mine
- Where You Want Me
- Used to Missin’ You
- Change Your Name
- Chapters (Feat. Gavin DeGraw)
- The Ship And The Bottle
- Reason To Stay
- Runnin’ Away From Home
- Don’t Wanna Write This Song
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