Tyler Farr, who is known for hits like “Redneck Crazy” and “A Guy Walks Into a Bar,” is back with his long-awaited new single, “Only Truck In Town.”
The mid-tempo song is the first music released via Jason Aldean’s Night Train Records and was produced by Jason Aldean alongside his bandmates Kurt Allison and Tully Kennedy.
Described as a “redneck love song,” the track showcases Farr’s signature raspy vocals, but in an unfamiliar way.
“Everyone knows Tyler’s voice but they haven’t heard him like this before,” Aldean shared in a statement. “We all had such a blast working on this and I’m excited for fans to crank this one up.”
“Words can’t express how pumped I am for this new song. ‘Only Truck In Town’ is exactly what I wanted as a single coming back to radio. Jason and I both knew this was the one when we first heard it and thought it would connect with country music fans the way it did with us,” added Farr. “I’m very blessed and very grateful for this time in my life.”
Lyrically, “Only Truck In Town” is a metaphor for how the narrator’s love interest makes him feel. While she could be with anyone she wants, she chooses to be with him and makes him feel like the only man in the room.
“When she climbs inside, slides up tight / Says ‘Baby, I ain’t nothin’ but yours tonight / I’m like the only wheels rollin’, the only party goin’ / The only neon glowin’,” he croons throughout the chorus.
“Only Truck In Town,” written by Ben Hayslip, Deric Ruttan and Josh Thompson, officially hits country radio on February 18. Additional details surrounding Farr‘s upcoming album, also produced by Aldean, will be revealed in the coming weeks.