Jake Owen Reveals New Single 'Real Life'

(Radio.com) Jake Owen's new single "Real Life" celebrates the ups and downs that everyday life can bring. The first song off his upcoming fifth album, due out later this year, "Real Life" encompasses a laid-back feel where Owen talks about driving around town as a kid because there really was nothing else to do.

"Well, I grew up in a real town where the prom queen had a plastic crown," Owen sings on the track. "We got green grass and two trees, but it ain't like what's on TV."

"Everybody can put themselves in this song in one way or another," Owen said in a press release. "And I've been dealing with a lot of real life circumstances lately: my father's sickness, fatherhood, getting married. These are the things I wanted to sing about, and I know my fans can relate."

"Real Life" was written by Ross Copperman, Ashley Gorley, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne. It is the first taste of new music from Owen's next album.

In an interview with Tulsa World, Owen said he just started working on the new record, which will be out "hopefully by the end of the year." Read more and listen to the song here.

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