Brett Young just released the title track from his forthcoming sophomore album. “Ticket To L.A.” is the second release from this record.
Young’s gearing up to release Ticket to L.A. on Dec. 7 via BMLG Records and now fans are getting even more of a taste of the new tunes. The title track expands on his personal connection to Los Angeles. Young’s Southern California roots have heavily influenced his music, including this new album. In the song, he paints a picture of strangers sparking up a conversation and ultimately falling for each other while waiting to catch a flight. He co-wrote the song alongside Zach Crowell and Jon Nite.
“I knew we had to name the album after ‘Ticket To L.A.’ because that title sums up such a big part of my life,” he told Billboard, who exclusively premiered the song. “I’ve spent a lot of hours flying back home to Los Angeles from Nashville. It was a tough season when I first made the move, but so much has changed in my life since then, and I’m in such a happy place. I think you can feel that shift in the new music too, so I can’t wait for people to hear to the album.”
Check out the song and download your own copy by clicking on the album art below.
Ticket to L.A. drops Dec. 7 on BMLG Records and this is the second release from this record. It also features his current single, “Here Tonight.” Pre-order the new album by clicking on the album art below. There are also a limited number of destination bundles available on Young’s official website.
We recently celebrated another No. 1 with Young for his hit, “Mercy.” Check out footage of that party here.