Keith Urban recently shared his new single, “Straight Line,” via Capitol Nashville.
The song is the lead single from the country music superstar’s upcoming album. Urban has not yet revealed the release date of the unnamed album.
“Straight Line” was co-written by Urban, Chase McGill, Jerry Flowers and Greg Wells, and co-produced by Urban and Wells.
According to Urban, the song inspires listeners with “a message of feeling alive again…”
“It’s a song born of wanting to break out of routine and feeling like somewhere along the line, life lost some color and excitement – ‘You and me used to be like a year-round summer.’ This song is about getting it back again – a message of taking back your life and driving out from under the dark cloud,” Urban said.
“If you’ve seen us in concert, I hope this track gives you that same liberated feeling,” he added in a statement shared by his record label. “While ‘Straight Line’s’ lyrics are about being stuck and trying to break out of the monotony, the melody and energy are a boulevard of nothing but green lights. Every song on this album – even the ballads – carries an energy and a life force that became a very strong through line. I hope you feel it. I’m so excited for everyone to hear the whole thing.”
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