Jason Aldean has released “Lights Come On” as the lead single from his upcoming seventh album, due this summer on Broken Bow Records. Aldean will perform the song on Sunday (April 3) on the ACM Awards in Las Vegas. He is nominated this year in the Entertainer and Male Vocalist categories.
The song’s writers are Brian Kelley, Tyler Hubbard, Jordan Schmidt, Jimmy Robbins, Brad Warren and Brett Warren.
“Being on stage is why I do what I do, it’s all I’ve ever wanted to do,” said Aldean. “This song is all about that rush you can only get from stepping on stage and listening to fans sing along to every word. It’s about throwing the biggest party from the floor to the top of the rafters for all those people who spent their paycheck to come see us. We’re bringing it to Vegas this weekend and I can’t think of a better place to kick it off than at the ACM’s.”
Aldean released his previous album, Old Boots, New Dirt, in October 2014. Its four singles were “Burnin’ It Down,” “Just Gettin’ Started,” “Tonight Looks Good on You,” and “Gonna Know We Were Here.”
Aldean has also released a lyric video to coincide with the release of the new single.
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