Following a steadystream of tracks from his upcoming 3rd studio record, Thomas Rhett has let go one of his most personal so far, the title track “Life Changes.” Rhett teased the song back in Mar., noting in that its lyrics encapsulate the changes for him & his family over the past few years of time of time.
“There’s this one line in that claims ‘Ain’t it humorous how life changes? / You wake up & nothing’s the same,’ & I might allege in that utterly sums up the journey of my life without delay,” Rhett told Rolling Stone Country.
From top to bottom, the song chronicles the successive amazing moments in Rhett’s life, from a university dorm to marrying his spouse, the release of “Die a Joyful Man” â€“ “I wrote a bit of song about holding her hand / & now everybody wanna die a cheerful man,” he sings â€“ to the adoption of his daughter Willa Grey from Uganda in May. The- chorus acts as both abstract & exclamation point: “You by no means know what is going on to occur / You make your plans and moreover you hear God laughing / Life changes / & I would not alter it for the world.“
Even before Life Changes comes out on Sept. eighth, Rhett’s new music is connecting with country fans â€“ the album’s 1st single, “Unforgettable,” has rocketed up the Billboard Country Airplay chart, hitting Number 15 after 5 weeks. To promote the brand new album, Rhett will probably be in New York NY for a Sept. sixth event hosted by syndicated character Bobby Bones in that will embody a silent disco-style 1st pay attention & a Q&A with producers Julian Bunetta, Jesse Frasure, Dann Huff & Joe London.