Jason Aldean Moves Forward With New Single, “Rearview Town” [Listen]

Jason Aldean Moves Forward With New Single, “Rearview Town” [Listen]

Jason Aldean will try to extend his streak of consecutive No. 1 singles to four with the release of “Rearview Town,” the title track of his 2018 album. The album has already spawned three No. 1 hits, including “You Make It Easy,” “Drowns the Whiskey” and “Girl Like You.”

“Rearview Town,” which was penned by Kelley Lovelace, Bobby Pinson and Neil Thrasher, will impact country radio on Feb. 25.

“Sometimes you have to let go of the things behind you, that have held you down and look forward,” says Jason. “That’s this song to me, and I think a lot of my people have been there in their lives too.”

Watch the lyric video for “Rearview Town” below.

 

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