Tyler Hubbard has shared a new track for his impending solo project, “Way Home.” The song follows his debut solo single “5 Foot 9,” which is currently climbing the country radio charts.
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Co-written by Hubbard, Corey Crowder, and Canaan Smith, “Way Home” is one of the first songs the Florida Georgia Line singer worked on after making the decision to pursue a solo career. The gentle ballad touches on Hubbard’s reliance on faith. In his own words, he calls the song, “a traditional country song that can be heard in a church and a honky-tonk.”
“For me, this is a personal song, that allows fans to get to know me on an even deeper level,” adds Hubbard. “This song is a reflection on where I’ve been, where I am now, and where I’m headed. It’s become my personal reminder, on a regular basis, of who’s really driving this truck we call life. Thank God it ain’t me.”
Well, they say that life is a highway / And I’ve put some miles on mine / More than one time, I took the wrong two-lane / Just lettin’ my horses run wild, he sings in the chorus before finding his way home again with the lines I just ride in the seat next to Jesus / ‘Cause I know He knows the way home.
Along with the track, Hubbard has shared an “unofficial” music video that sees the country star singing the song in a little country church while a spotlight washes over him. Watch the video below.
Hubbard is also set to join Kieth Urban on his The Speed Of Now World Tour beginning on September 3 at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. He will continue to support the country icon through November. Find more information on where to get tickets, HERE.
Album cover image courtesy of UMG Nashville