Jordan Davis is gearing up to release his next album at the beginning of 2023. The “Singles You Up” star revealed on his social media channels on Thursday (November 17) that his new album, Bluebird Days, will debut on February 17, and he’s “pumped to share new music with y’all next year.”
“A ‘Bluebird Day’ is, not a cloud in the sky, sun shining, north wind, hot coffee, ducks are flying, which I’ve kind of rolled into this kind of moment in my life which feels like that,” Davis explained of his upcoming project.
The reigning CMA Song of the Year winner — for his smash-hit collaboration with Luke Bryan, “Buy Dirt” — most recently released singles “Part Of It,” “Next Thing You Know,” “What My World Spins Around” and other fan-favorite anthems. He also teamed up with The Voice alum Danielle Bradbery on the powerful heartbreak song, “Midnight Crisis.” Davis revealed that Bradbery was his mystery duet partner after teasing the collaboration on his social media channels. Those songs add to previously-released hits by Davis, including “Take It From Me,” “Almost Maybes,” “Slow Dance In A Parking Lot” and more.
Davis spoke about Bluebird Days, his second full-length album, during an appearance on The Bobby Bones Show on Thursday. He spoke about the meaning of the album’s name, what he’s accomplished in his career, life with his wife and kids and more. Watch a clip here: