The release date of Brad Paisley's forthcoming album, Love and War, has been postponed following a statement released by the country singer's publicist. On Jan. 13, Paisley's publicist released a statement revealing the March 3rd release has been pushed back for an unknown reason.
While no official date has been confirmed by Paisley's camp, the country singer assured fans via Twitter that it's "just a few weeks more" than he originally anticipated. Paisley has been somewhat secretive on the details of his highly anticipated album, with even the album cover yet to be revealed.
Paisley teased fans with his two most recent singles, "Without a Fight" and "Today," in 2016, however, "Today" is the only official single on the album. Love and War will be released by his longtime recording label, Arista Nashville.
In a somewhat out-of-character move, Paisley teamed up with critically acclaimed hip-hop producer Timbaland, as well as John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival for the production of his album. The country singer revealed that he wanted his latest album to be "outside" of what you'd typically expect of him.
“I wanted the collaborations on this record to be collaborations that took me outside of what you’d typically think and brought that other world into this," said Paisley according to Taste Of Country. "But, it’s also very country.”
You can listen to his album's premiere single "Today" in the video below!
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