Jason Aldean is back with a brand-new track off of his eighth studio album, Rearview Town. Readers can press play above to watch the lyric video for "High Noon Neon," a mid-tempo, rock-infused song about a long-gone love affair. The introspective words tell the story of what's left behind once daylight breaks on the bar scene from the night before.

"You wanna see what over looks like / You ain't gotta go far / Just a few blocks down / You wanna see a picture of goodbye / Chairs on the table / Smoke hanging 'round the ceiling from the night before / Light comin' through the crack in the door." The first verse paints a lonely picture, leading into chorus listing the symptoms of "High Noon Neon."

"Nothin' says gone / Like a parking lot with only one car in it / Nothing says gone / Like an empty glass / Sitting on the bar / In the middle of the day / In a blue light haze / All alone / Nothin' says gone / Like high noon neon."

"High Noon Neon" is the final track on Rearview Town, as well as the name Aldean has chosen for his upcoming tour. The album is due out April 13 but is available for pre-order now.

This summer, Aldean will hit the road for his 2018 High Noon Neon Tour, making 34 stops throughout North America that begin with a show in Kansas City, Mo. on May 10. Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina will join Aldean on the tour as opening acts.

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