Thomas Rhett has released a wistful new record called "Remember You Young." The country singer premiered the track on Friday (April 19) as a new offering from his upcoming fourth studio album, Center Point Road, arriving on May 31 via Rhett's Big Machine Records label.
"Hey, buddies that I grew up with/ All straight-laced and married up now/ You ain't foolin' me, wasn't long ago/ We tore the roof off that one red light town," the 29-year-old croons in the piano-laden record, reminiscing on old memories with childhood friends. Rhett also tributes his growing baby girls, Willa Gray and Ada James, of whom he sings, "One day you’ll move away but you’re still gonna stay/ This innocent after you’re gone."
The track, co-produced by Dann Huff, Jesse Frasure and Rhett himself, is the second single off the crooner's new LP following "Look What God Gave Her," which premiered in March.
Ahead of releasing his new project, Rhett will embark on his "Very Hot Summer Tour" across North America along with special guests Dustin Lynch, singer-songwriter Russel Dickerson, and father, country musician Rhett Akins. The jaunt launches on May 17 in Spokane, Washington, and will close out in Rhett's home state of Nashville, Tennessee, in October. (For dates and ticket information, click here.)
Listen to "Remember You Young" below.
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