Luke Bryan just unveiled a brand new song off of his forthcoming Born Here, Live Here, Die Here album and it’s destined to become the anthem of summer 2020.
“One Margarita” is a full-blown party track that encourages listeners to let go of their worries and embrace the moment. Filled with tropical vibes, the boozy number even finds Bryan name dropping Bob Marley, Jimmy Buffett and Kenny Chesney.
“One margarita, two margarita, three margarita, shot/ Don’t worry ’bout tomorrow/ Leave all your sorrow out here on the floatin’ dock/ When that sun lays down, we’ll be on our way/ One more barefoot round, one more last chance to say/ Hey Señorita, don’t you think we need a salt and a Buffett song?/ One margarita, two margarita, three margarita/ We’ll be gone,” the superstar sings throughout the chorus.
To coincide with the release of the song, Bryan also shared the “One Margarita” music video, which was filmed at his annual Crash My Playa event in Mexico. Featuring cameos from his wife, Caroline, mother, LeClaire, members of Old Dominion, Jon Langston and more, the clip is three minutes of pure fun.
“One Margarita” was co-written by Michael Carter, Matt Dragstrem and Josh Thompson and follows the release of “Knockin’ Boots.” “What She Wants Tonight” and “Born Here, Live Here, Die Here.”
Bryan’s seventh studio album will be released April 24, just weeks before the launch of his Proud To Be Right Here Tour.