Eric Church has started to release songs off of his upcoming album! The new project is his first since his 2018 album Desperate Man. The country singer had already released “Stick That in Your Country Song,” “Bad Mother Trucker,” “Through My Ray Bans,” “Never Break Heart,” and “Jenny” before he released his newest single on August 28. The new song, called “Crazyland,” speaks of a newcomer to his usual bar. The new face in the bar has recently gone through heartbreak and the song goes through his introduction to the usual crew. The crew are introduced to listeners as Sorrow, Out Of His Mind, Ol’ Insane, and more. The song then goes into how the group copes with their troubles at the bar. Church has explained that the chorus of the song actually came to him in a dream while on a writing retreat. When he woke up, the country star immediately wrote it down and finished of the rest of the song with co-writers Luke Laird and Michael Heeney. While on the retreat, Church and his band recorded an impressive 28 songs in 28 days. The “Springsteen” singer credits the productivity to long sessions with his crew. One such session lasted an astounding four days straight due to the group’s inability to fall asleep! While the name and release date for upcoming record is still not known, Church assures that his fans will get to hear the entire session “in some form.” (Source: The Boot)

Listen to the new song below!