Eric Church To Release New Single 'Stick That In Your Country Song'
By Blake Taylor
June 23, 2020
Eric Church's long-awaited new single "Stick That In Your Country Song" is officially set for release on Thursday (June 25) with a premiere across iHeartRadio. The country singer first teased his new single with members of his fan club, The Church Choir, last week.
"I wanted you guys to hear from me first that a new single is about to hit the world," he shared. "It’s gonna be the tip of the spear for what’s coming after, and it’s a big spear. I believe it’s the best we’ve ever been in our career."
According to a press release, the new song "offers a social commentary on the state of the world and provides a rallying cry for cities from Detroit to Baltimore and people from young military veterans to school teachers." The song's title concludes each chorus.
"Stick That In Your Country Song" will be the fourth new song shared by Church since the start of the year. In February he debuted a song called "Jenny" during the Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, which was followed by his April video debute of "Through My Ray Bans." He also gave a performance of "Never Break Heart" on April 5 during the ACM Presents: Our Country special.
Be sure to tune in on Thursday (June 25) for the iHeartRadio premiere of Church's new song and stay tuned for the Friday (June 26) release of the music video. "Stick That In Your Country Song" is the lead single from Church's forthcoming album which follows 2018's Desperate Man record.
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