Jason Isbell is slowing releasing his new music online. The Grammy Award winner will release his new album, The Nashville Sound, in its entirety on June 16th.

His last album, the critically acclaimed 2015 album, Something More Than Free, won two Grammy Awards (Best Americana Album, and Best American Roots Song for “24 Frames”). It also won two Americana Music Association Awards (Album of the Year & Song of The Year, “24 Frames”).

The Nashville Sound will feature ten new songs: “White Man’s World,” “The Last Of My Kind,” “If We Were Vampires,” “Anxiety,” “Chaos and Clothes,” “Something To Love,” “Cumberland Gap,” and “Hope The Highroad.”

The Nashville Sound was produced by Grammy Award-winner Dave Cobb.

“Hope The High Road” Lyrics

I used to think that this was my town
What a stupid think to think
I hear you’re fighting off a breakdown
I myself am on the brink

I used to wanna be a real man
I don’t know what that even means
Now I just want you in my arms again
And we can search each others dream

I know you’re tired and you ain’t sleeping well
Uninspired and likely mad as hell
But wherever you are I hope the high road leads you home again

I’ve heard enough of the white man’s blues
I’ve sang enough about myself
So if you’re looking for some bad news
You can find it somewhere else
Last year was a son of a bitch for nearly everyone we know
But I ain’t fighting with you down in the ditch
I’ll meet you up here on the road

I know you’re tired and you ain’t sleeping well
Uninspired and likely mad as hell
But wherever you are I hope the high road leads you home again
To the world you want to live in

We’ll ride this ship down dumping buckets overboard
There can’t be more of them than us
There can’t be more

I know you’re tired and you ain’t sleeping well
Uninspired and likely mad as hell
But wherever you are I hope the high road leads you home again
To a world you want to live in