Chris Janson Drops Energetic New Single, “Good Vibes” [Listen]

Chris Janson Drops Energetic New Single, “Good Vibes” [Listen]

The always-energetic Chris Janson released a good-timin’ new single, “Good Vibes,” on Feb. 8.

Penned by Chris, Ashley Gorley and Zach Crowel, “Good Vibes” is the lead single from Chris’ upcoming third studio album, which is tentatively slated to drop in September.

“When we wake up in the morning, we have the choice to be in a good mood or a bad mood,” says Chris. “I believe we can change the world with a smile, a good attitude and a timeless message about being kind to everyone. That’s what ‘Good Vibes’ is all about!”

The positive tune, with verses like “I’m breathing on God’s time, and I ain’t gonna waste one breath,” will impact country radio on March 4.

Listen to “Good Vibes” below.

photo by Jason Simanek

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