Jake Owen continues his streak of breezy, beach-ready songs with his infectious new song "Good Company."
Over the past few years, Owen has embraced his inner Kenny Chesney and fully embraced his love of being in and around the water. The Florida native continues that theme in his newest cut, which is filled with flirty puns and a festive horn section.
Although mainstream country music is currently filled with artists trying to infuse pop and R&B influences in their songs, Owen has managed to craft his own sound that doesn't veer too far off his original country sound.
"Good Company" will be featured on Owen's upcoming American Love, which is slated for release on July 29. The record was inspired by a year spent rediscovering himself after a difficult divorce.
"This record has been very enlightening because I found myself through the songs. I got back to basics with American Love," he said in a press release. "This is me, this is what I want to say and this is what I want people to remember me for."
American Love features cuts co-written by some of Nashville's biggest songwriters, including Chris Stapleton, Luke Laird and Shane McAnally. The album also features Owen's recent hit single, "American Country Love Song."