Kenny Chesney has picked "Save It for a Rainy Day" as his new single.
The track is off his The Big Revival album, which has already supplied three consecutive number one hits with "American Kids," "'Til It's Gone" and "Wild Child."
Although the song sticks with the familiar themes of love, life and lazy days in the sun, it quickly evolves into a surprisingly honest inner dialogue from a man whose dealing with heartbreak. Instead of wallowing in the misery of losing his woman, Chesney sings about powering through the pain and enjoying a cold beer in the sunshine while he still has the chance.
The song has an upbeat sound, carried by a mellow mix of electric guitar and mandolin. The single was written by Andrew Dorff, along with Old Dominion members Matthew Ramsey and Brad Tursi.
Chesney is currently on the road with his 2015 The Big Revival Tour, which features Jake Owen, Chase Rice, Old Dominion, Brantley Gilbert, and Cole Swindell as openers on various dates. For a full list of upcoming tour dates for the stadium tour, visit his official website.