Jason Aldean's fifth studio album, Night Train, is beginning to make its much anticipated arrival as Aldean delivers even more of its secrets. He believes the album title is the perfect addition.
"It's one of those things where we went from one bus pulling a trailer to all the sudden we've got six or seven buses and eight or nine trucks," Aldean said. "We're all rolling down the interstate together at night, and that's what it looks like. It looks like a big freight train rolling down the interstate. It just kind of to me sums up how far things have come over the last few years."
Set to release October 16, the album will include tracks such as: the first single "Take a Ride", "My Kinda Party", and "Dirt Road Anthem."
The album will also include an exclusive duet with Kelly Clarkson, "Do you Wanna Stay", and appearances by Luke Bryan and Eric Church in "The Only Way I Know."
"I think (it's) going to be a really big highlight on the record," Aldean said. "And then we've got a song on here that's called '1994' that is really unlike anything I've ever cut before... The object is to have people rolling on the floor laughing when they hear this thing for the first time. So it's almost like taking a little trip, a ride back to 1994 and some things that went on back then."