Ahead of the August 4th release of his new studio album, Brett Eldredge released the new song “Love Someone” on Friday. Focusing on every detail of a woman, from her hair, eyes and hands, the track’s universal message of love and gratitude fits into the bigger picture of how the singer wants his songs to be remembered.
“I wanna be that part of your life, that song that means so much to you, the one that takes you back to that special place . . . the song that makes you laugh, the song that makes you cry when you need to cry, that makes you dance when you need to dance,” Eldredge told Rolling Stone Country in 2016.
Written by Eldredge, with Ross Copperman (Keith Urban’s “John Cougar, John Deer, John 3:16”) and Heather Morgan (Dierks Bentley’s “I’ll Be the Moon”), “Love Someone” will appear on Brett Eldredge along with current single “Somethin’ I’m Good At” and recently-released “The Long Way.” Not including the 2016 Christmas collection Glow – which featured the Adult Contemporary Number One “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” – Brett Eldredge will be the singer’s third studio album.
Currently on the road with Luke Bryan as part of his Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day tour, Eldredge returns to Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry stage at the end of June.