Country singer Jason Eady releases music video for 'Why I Left Atlanta'
Jason Eady - Why I Left Atlanta (Official Video)

It's been nearly three years since the release of Jason Eady's last album Daylight/Dark, but the country singer is ready to get back in the swing of things with his upcoming album self-titled album, which is slated to hit stores on April 21 via Thirty Tigers. For this 10-track release, Eady got together with Kevin Welch, who produced his last two albums. After the release of his third single "Waiting To Shine," the Mississippi native decided to unleash a brand new video for his fans.

On Thursday, Eady released the music video for the album's first single "Why I Left Atlanta." The visual was directed by Casey Pierce, who worked on the music videos for Torres' "Sprinter" and "Stranger Hellos." His self-titled album is available for pre-order in a handful of physical bundles over on District Lines. For $100, you can take home the Ultimate Bundle, which includes signed CD and vinyl copies of the album and a handwritten lyric sheet. Digital pre-orders can be made on iTunes, which will include instant downloads of the album's first three singles.

Starting on April 14, the artist will embark on a handful of headlining shows and festival appearances in Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Idaho, Illinois, Missouri, and California. On May 27, he'll have a special performance inside the Country Road Clubhouse in Vicenza, Italy with support from singer-songwriter (and his wife) Courtney Patton. Back in December, the two joined forces for the duet album Something Together.

Jason Eady tour dates
April 14 - Austin, Texas - The Saxon Pub
April 15 - Galveston, Texas - Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe
April 18 - Little Rock, Ark. - The White Water Tavern
April 19 - Nashville, Tenn. - The Family Wash/Garage Coffee
April 20 - Memphis, Tenn. - Growlers
April 21 - Oklahoma City, Okla. - The Blue Door
April 26 - San Antonio, Texas - Sam's Burger Joint
April 27 - Houston, Texas - McGonigel’s Mucky Duck
April 28 - Fredericksburg, Texas - Luckenbach Dance Hall
May 6 - New Braunfels, Texas - Wein and Saengerfest
May 7 - Fort Worth, Texas - Shipping and Receiving
May 27 - Vicenza, Italy - Country Road Clubhouse (w/Courtney Patton)
June 17 - Aubrey, Texas - Aubrey Festival Grounds
June 24 - Filer, Idaho - HWY 30 Music Fest
June 30 - Belleville, Ill. - Eckert's Country Store
July 14 - Arlington, Texas - Levitt Pavilion
July 28 - Sugar Creek, Mo. - La Benite Park
Aug. 19 - Angels Camp, Calif. - Calaveras County Fairgrounds