Jason Aldean is no stranger to navigating a breakup and all the struggles that come with it. The award-winning country singer-songwriter delivered the latest taste of his next album on Friday (January 14), delving into the “Trouble With A Heartbreak.”
Aldean, 44, released the new single and music video, setting it at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas as he tells the story of a cowboy fresh off a heartbreak. The country giant is in the midst of rolling out a total of 30 songs on his massive double album, serving as a nod to his hometown. The first installment, Macon, released in November. That 15-track album includes the smash duet with Carrie Underwood, “If I Didn’t Love You” — Aldean’s 26th career chart-topper — and other fan-favorites. The second part of the double album, Georgia, is set to release on April 22. Each album includes five live performances of some of Aldean’s biggest hits, along with 10 new songs. Georgia will include “Trouble With A Heartbreak,” written by Kurt Allison, Brett Beavers, Tully Kennedy and John Morgan.
“The cool thing about putting out two parts of this record is having fans hear all the different influences I grew up on,” Aldean said in a statement. “This song hit me right when I heard it and reminded me of those bitter R&B breakup songs that take me back to riding through the backroads of Georgia.”
Watch Aldean’s latest music video here: