Tim McGraw recently gave fans another glimpse at his forthcoming album, Here On Earth, with the release of his new song, "Hallelujahville." About a week later, the country star unveiled anew acoustic rendition of the small town ode with a video to accompany it.
In the clip, the singer and his bandmates perform "Hallelujahville" in what looks like a small, church-like space featuring tall windows with curtains and a wooden podium. The simplicity of the video goes along with the song's message of appreciation for the simple life.
"Don't call us small town, never have been, never will / It's a cold beer sundown and we eat what we kill / We marry angels and dance with the devil in a place where time stands still / Can I get an Amen for livin' in Hallelujahville," McGraw sings in the first chorus.
Watch McGraw's acoustic performance of "Hallelujahville" below.
McGraw's new album, Here On Earth, is due out on August 21. The project is his first album with Big Machine Records since returning to the label earlier this year. The country star has already released the lead single, "I Called Mama" along with the album's title track, "Here On Earth."
A press release shares that Here on Earth "provides a musical tapestry of life and a shared experience that we can use to connect all the different lives that we live, all the different parts of the world that we come from and use music as the universal language to bring people together."
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