Jason Aldean hasn't released any new music since his 2016 album They Don't Know. That album was his fourth straight number one album on the U.S. country album charts and his third straight to top the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Three of the four singles from the album also hit number one on the country music charts, but he only released one single in 2017 and appeared to be working on his next album.
Aldean finally announced that new album will hit stores on April 13. His eighth album will be titled Rearview Town and the Grammy-winning country music star released the first single on Jan. 26. This lead single is titled "You Make It Easy" and its available on Spotify, as well as with a new lyric video on YouTube.
Aldean revealed in a press release that he used a lot of the different styles of music he experienced while growing up in Macon, Georgia. He said a lot of his younger days as a musician was brought back out with the new songs as well. Aldean said the album showed where he came from, who he was, and who he has become in his career.
The new album announcement was accompanied by more news about his upcoming world tour. Jason Aldean will kick off his 34-city High Noon Neon tour, which will kick off on May 10. Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina will support him on the tour. Aldean will also perform his new single on both "The Tonight Show" on Jan. 29 and "TODAY" on Jan. 30. Aldean will also perform at RODEOHOUSTON this year and AXS has tickets available for that show.