Jason Aldean’s ‘Dirt We Were Raised On’ Celebrates His Roots [Listen]
Jason Aldean is readying the release of his upcoming ninth studio album, and he's teasing fans by releasing another one of the new tracks. Aldean is letting fans hear "Dirt We Were Raised On" in advance of the Nov. 22 release.
"Dirt We Were Raised On" is both classic and new at the same time for longtime Aldean fans. The song centers around a hard-charging, distorted electric guitar riff, featuring lyrics that reminisce about Aldean's country raising.
"It's on our boots / It's on our trucks / It was in that cloud of dust we stirred up / It was out in the fields / On them old back roads / It covers this town like it covers my soul / Yeah it's in our bones / In our blood / Yeah as deep as these roots run / We'll never be too far gone / From the dirt we were raised on," Aldean sings in the chorus.
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The song is one of 16 new tracks on Aldean's upcoming album, which is simply titled 9. Rhett Akins, Jaron Boyer and Josh Thompson teamed to write the song, which fans will receive as an instant download when they pre-order the upcoming album.
Aldean has also released another of the new songs, "We Back," as the first single from the upcoming album. The country superstar is slated to hit the road in 2020 for his We Back Tour beginning on Jan. 30 in Columbia, S.C. The trek runs through March 14 before wrapping up with a show in St. Paul, Minn.
Morgan Wallen, Riley Green and Dee Jay Silver are joining Aldean on the road as his support acts.
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