Rhett tries to "Remember You Young"
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Rhett tries to "Remember You Young"

Friday, April 19, 2019 – Thomas Rhett released another song - "Remember You Young" - today off his forthcoming release, "Center Point Road."

The song is a reflection of childhood friends, marriage and children. Rhett once again teamed up with collaborators Jesse Frasure and Ashley Gorley ("Unforgettable, "Marry Me, "Life Changes").

Rhett previously released the hit single "What God Gave Her," "Don't Threaten Me With A Good Time" featuring Little Big Town and "That Old Truck."

"We wrote this song about the people in life that we love, and always remembering them in their youth no matter how much time passes and we all change," Rhett said. "There's something sentimental about remembering your very best friends who have real jobs and families now tearing it up in college, or picturing me and my wife with no cares at the Tin Roof back in Knoxville. I love that the last verse is a bit of twist with it all coming full circle. It actually makes me emotional...it's easily one of my favorite tracks on the album.

The upcoming album is the follow-up to "Life Changes," which received a Grammy nomination for Best Country Album. On May 17, Rhett kicks off his Very Hot Summer Tour in Spokane, Wash.


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