Jordan Davis released the official music video for his new single, “Tucson Too Late.” The Louisiana native co-wrote the follow-up to his recent multi-week No. 1 “Next Thing You Know” with his brother Jacob Davis and brothers Josh and Matt Jenkins, the same dream team behind “Buy Dirt.”
He says of the song inspired by Keith Whitley’s “Miami, My Amy,” “I really like the way we kept this very simple, we let the lyrics speak, we tried to really just kinda make the listener feel the kinda worry that this guy was going through trying to get this girl back, and I think Paul (DiGiovanni) absolutely nailed the production on it in letting the vocals speak and letting the lyrics shine. And I think too, like it’s something that I’ve never done. I don’t think I’ve ever released a song that is as maybe traditional as this one. You know, stuff like this is what I grew up on. Being able to have a song like this out that has this kinda feel, I don’t know, for me it’s fun.”
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Jordan will perform his new single when he performs in in Salt Lake City on Friday (August 11th) and in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Saturday (August 12th) on Dierks Bentley’s Gravel & Gold Tour.
Jordan is set to kick off his own headlining Damn Good Time Tour August 31st in Atlanta, Georgia.