Hear Jason Aldean’s New Single, ‘Trouble With A Heartbreak,’ From Upcoming Album, ‘Georgia’
Jason Aldean has announced “Trouble With A Heartbreak” as his next single. The song appears on Aldean’s album, Georgia, due…
Jason Aldean; Photo by Donn Jones, CMA
Jason Aldean has announced “Trouble With A Heartbreak” as his next single.
The song appears on Aldean’s album, Georgia, due out April 22 via Macon Music/Broken Bow Records. And while Aldean’s fans have to wait a few more months to hear the album in its entirety, they have the song and its music video to tide them over until then.
The catchy track finds Aldean navigating the pain of a broken heart after the end of a relationship.
“And that’s the trouble with a heartbreak, it’s gonna hang around / Leave you midnight breaking down, wondering how / Long that it’s gonna take getting over her / It’s a can’t drown whiskey down kinda hurt / Yeah, you can burn them four wheels up on that road / But there ain’t nowhere her memory can’t go / That’s the trouble with a heartbreak / Yeah, that’s the trouble with a heartbreak, a heartbreak, yeah,” Aldean sings on the chorus.
In addition to announcing the single, Aldean also shared the music video for the song. The three-minute video follows a heartbroken cowboy who’s in Las Vegas for the National Rodeo Finals paired with performance shots of Aldean. The music video was shot by Shaun Silva during Aldean’s “three-night, sold-out run” at the Park Theater back in December, according to a press release.
Aldean promoted his new single on his Instagram account and encouraged fans to watch the music video by posting a still shot and a swipe-up link on his story.
“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,” Aldean wrote in his post.
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The release of “Trouble With A Heartbreak” follows the success of Aldean’s previous single, “If I Didn’t Love You.” The song, which is a duet with Carrie Underwood, snagged the number-one spot at country radio last year, making it Aldean’s 26th number-one song.
The song appeared on Macon, the first half of Aldean’s double-album. Aldean announced the 30-track project in the fall.