Brett Eldredge Is Head Over Heels in New Song 'Love Someone'
Brett Eldredge is capturing major summer love vibes with his new song.
In “Love Someone,” the country singer, 31, sings about the special someone who laughs at the way he dances, holds him in the middle of the night and smiles while holding hands. “Sure feels good to love someone,” he sings throughout the song.
Along with “The Long Way” and “Somethin’ I’m Good At,” “Love Someone” is the latest song released from his upcoming album Brett Eldredge (out Aug. 4). Nine other tracks will fill out the album, including titles like “Heartbreaker,” “No Stopping You” and “Superhero.”
“I’ve been writing about the search for love, the loss of love, falling out of love and falling in love,” he previously said. “It’s been a very soul-searching record.”
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Eldredge is currently part of Luke Bryan‘s Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour. To stay healthy on tour, Eldredge starts each day with a smoothie — and forgoes tortilla chips, “just [eating] the salsa with a fork.”
Recognized for hit songs like “Drunk on Your Love” and “Don’t Ya,” the country star also got special recognition last week for relieving himself on the Warner Music building as a college student. (You read that correctly!)
Eldredge was surprised with a small plaque right where he used to pee on his way to a karaoke bar in downtown Nashville. The plaque reads: “Brett Eldredge Left His Mark Here in March of 2007.”