Tim McGraw is giving fans another taste of his forthcoming much-anticipated new album, Here On Earth, with the release of his new song “Hallelujahville” on Friday (July 24).
“Everyone’s got their own Hallelujahville, Their own place that they grew up, whether it be in a city or whether it be in a country, everyone has that place that sorta feels like its got its arms around you and Hallelujahville says that to me,” explained McGraw on the new song.
In the new track, the country superstar finds himself reminisces on his hometown singing:
“Don’t call us small town, never have been, never will
It’s a cold beer sundown and we eat what we kill
We marry angels and dance with the devil in a place where time stands still
Can I get an Amen for livin’ in Hallelujahville.”
“Hallelujahville” was co-written by Tom Douglas alongside Blake Griffith and Brett Taylor.
McGraw has already performed the song live, first performing the track at CMA Fest in 2019 and at several other festival appearances.
When teasing the song on social media ahead of its release, McGraw said “We played this song out on the road last year, and we know you’ve been waiting for it.”
Here On Earth is slated to be released on August 21st. The album marks McGraw’s sixteenth studio album and is his first solo project in five years.
McGraw plans to kick off the album on August 21st with a first of its kind album live-stream experience. Tickets for the Here On Earth live stream event are available for $15 and can be purchased HERE.